2017 Forest River Wildwood - The Beaver
2017 Forest River Wildwood - The Beaver
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Part of Kentucky’s incredible series of state parks, Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park is a magnificent natural area on the Tennessee-Kentucky state line. When you rent an RV near Burkesville, you can camp at the campground on-site, situated on the shores of Dale Hollow Lake. This body of water is a popular spot for visitors and area residents, where they can settle in by the lake, breathe in some fresh air, and take in the delightful scenery.
When you camp in an RV at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park Campground, you'll find a variety of sites to choose from. In addition to rustic campsites in the woods, there is a large convention center and a sixty-room lodge on-site too.
While staying at this campground on Dale Hollow Lake, you'll be drawn in by the lakefront scenery, and there's also a lengthy list of fun features to enjoy during your visit. The lake alone would be enough to sway most people to stay, but the 18-hole golf course, full-service marina, picnic shelters, bicycle rentals, volleyball courts, an information center, hiking trails, modern bathroom/shower facilities, and a whole lot of other good stuff await you when you arrive in Burkesville.
An impressive assortment of nature parks, national forests, and recreation areas wait to greet you when you rent an RV near Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park Campground, but most likely much of your time will be spent at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park. Just steps from your campsite, you can enjoy activities like golfing, swimming in the lake or on-site swimming pool, fishing, volleyball, jet skiing, boating, water skiing, horseback riding, and mountain biking.
General Burnside Island State Park is another place worth checking out with your campervan rental, especially if you want to see the Cumberland River. This scenic state park is surrounded by water and has a campground, as well as a series of hiking trails, swimming areas, fishing spots, and one of Kentucky’s best golf courses.
Less than a 30-minute drive from your campsite at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park is the Daniel Boone National Forest, the largest federally protected wilderness area in the state. Over two million people pour into this gigantic forest each year to see its natural landmarks like the Red River Gorge. Six hundred miles of nature trails and hundreds of recreation sites and campgrounds are scattered throughout this sprawling forest, where hiking, hunting, fishing, camping, and mountain biking are enjoyed by many.
Kentucky also has a national park that you can see if you head toward Bowling Green. Mammoth Cave National Park is an absolute stunner, with the longest and largest cave system known in the world. See some fascinating bat species and other subterranean critters when you tour parts of this 400-mile underground labyrinth in the middle of Kentucky.
Aside from the marina and golf course at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park, there isn’t a whole lot to do in tiny Burkeville. It is the county seat of Cumberland County and features a charming town square, though there are not many other attractions in this small community.
You can take a ride to Glasgow, a nearby city with more to offer as far as sightseeing goes. The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center is a fabulous resource for those hoping to learn a thing or two about southern Kentucky and the Appalachian region. Also known as the Museum of the Barrens, this institution housed in an old clothing factory has a gift shop, antiques for sale, artwork, historical exhibits, and more.
Plaza Theatre is a historical performance art center in the heart of town that has been putting on shows since the 1930s. Live music performances, concerts, musicals, and Broadway plays are frequently hosted at this lovely space, so be sure to catch a show while you're RV camping at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park Campground.
The South is home to numerous battlegrounds and historic forts. If you're interested in military history, you can tour the Fort Williams Civil War Battle Site when renting a camper in the area. The fort was a Union installation built to repel southern Confederates and was the site of fiercely fought conflicts and skirmishes. This graveyard and memorial honor those lost in battle while telling the story of the Civil War.
When you book an RV in Cumberland County, there is no shortage of history to explore, fun to be had, or beauty to see. Settle into one of the campsites at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park Campground, and you'll be in an ideal position to experience it all.