Plan your trip to Kentucky
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Your next family vacation does not have to take place a standard hotel with substandard service! Head to the Jamestown Resort and Marina for a fun-filled family getaway on the shores of Lake Cumberland. Rent a pontoon boat, and enjoy an amazing day on the open water. With 50 slips available exclusively for guests at the resort, you won't have to...
If your family is vacationing near Daniel Boone National Forest, Pine Crest Camp Lodge is a great place to stay. They have primitive campsites, a 10-bedroom lodge, and a hostel. You'll be just minutes from the Mother Load Climbing area and many other activities like hiking, fishing, and hunting!
At King Creek Resort & Marina family is a priority. This fourth generation family owned property features premium access to Kentucky Lake, offering a great sand beach and marina right onsite! Rent a fishing boat to find your own personal fishing hole, or just soak up some sun on the beach and cool off by hopping in the lake for a swim.
Kentucky Lake fishing for dad, sunbathing on the private Big Bear Beach for mom, and kids activities for the little ones. Big Bear equals big-time family fun on your Kentucky vacation with just the right accommodations to suit your needs. There's even a cabin that fits 17 – perfect for Kentucky reunions!
Kentucky Beach Resort was designed specifically with family vacations in mind. With the largest pool on Kentucky Lake, a sand swimming beach, boat rentals, tennis, volleyball and so much more, it's a classic family lake getaway. At the end of the day, spacious cabins, condos, motels or lake homes await you.
Deer Creek Lodge has something for even the youngest enthusiasts! New to its summer programming are week-long youth and family camps. Learn the ins and outs of a variety of hunting and fishing techniques from the Lodge's experienced professionals! The whole family will enjoy this new opportunity.
Kentucky Top List Picks
One of Kentucky's greatest creations has a big fish story similar to many of the nations' great waterways. It was born upon the completion of the Barkley Dam and impounded by the U.S. Army Corps of... more