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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average price per night for accommodation in Kentucky Lake?
The price per night in Kentucky Lake starts at $68.
How many vacation rentals are available in Kentucky Lake?
Currently, there are 712 vacation rentals available for you to compare and book.
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Kentucky Lake Information
About Kentucky Lake
Kentucky Lake has record amounts of (and sizes of) fish with white bass, buffalo carp and yellow perch among the many. This massive lake comes with bucket-loads of fun, and is perfect for boating or just admiring the water. The lake is incredibly family friendly, and creates a backdrop for you to spend a summer and make lifelong memories. With miles and miles of shoreline, you’re sure to find somewhere along the lake to set up camp.
Things to do in Kentucky Lake
Kentucky Lake has prime fishing, and just happens to be one of the most relaxing spots you could dream of. The best fishing is in the spring and fall, while the summer brings blue gill and stripers. If you don’t have your own boat, find boat rentals for fishing and leisure by the lake. Bee Spring Lodge, Big Bear Resort, Cedar Knob Resort, or Cozy Cove Resort will get you kitted out with any boats that you need. Whether you’re looking for paddle boats and kayaks or decked-out fishing boats — Kentucky Lake has you covered. The Lake is perfect for watersports, and if you’re not swimming or laying by the water, you can even set up a night of camping!
Day trips from Kentucky Lake
Nashville is only a two hour drive away from Kentucky Lake, and might make for some great evening entertainment on your lake holiday. With the colourful and raucous music scene, your first stop should be the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum. One of the world’s largest museums, the collection of instruments, memorabilia etc is completely fascinating to music lovers. At night, find streets full of dive bars at the Broadway Historic District with its honky tonk scene that Nashville is so famous for. Check out Centennial Park in Nashville, an urban park with its own Parthenon in the West End. Nashville might add some spice into your low-key vacation!
Kentucky Lake accommodations
Tripping has a wide selection of cabins and resorts for you to explore and choose from. Find summer fun with your family, and memories that last a lifetime. Get your summer lake-house that’s either perfect for kids, or a quiet couples’ getaway. Find houses with porches overlooking the lake and great for barbecuing, or surrounded by trees.
Transportation in Kentucky Lake
Boating is the number one way of getting up and down the lake. Ideally you can walk right from your rental to the lake, but if you’re accommodation is a little further out, you might want to drive your car down. The Nashville International Airport is the closest large airport to fly into. If you’re coming from neighbouring states or inside Kentucky, Greyhound buses and the Amtrak train can get you where you need to be.