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If fishing in groups, competitions, or just on your own is what you're looking for, then the RV campground you need is Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA on the shores of Lake Barkley near Rockcastle. This family-friendly RV park has a marina where you can rent a boat and access the waterway that connects to Kentucky Lake and the Cumberland River. Even if fishing isn't your cup of tea, you can still enjoy your stay with amenities such as basketball and volleyball courts, a horseshoe pit and soccer field, a giant chess set, and much more. There are pedal carts and golf carts to help you get around the campground, a floating restaurant serving three meals a day, and a Kamp K9 for your pets.
From the moment you arrive, you can relax and slip into vacation mode. The park has Wi-Fi so you can stay connected and cable TV channels in case you just want to zone out. You can refresh yourself with a swim in the camp pool, take a shower in the restrooms, or catch up on your laundry in the park's laundry facilities. There are a playground and a jumping pillow for the kids, weekend theme parties, and movies during the summer. RV site options include full hookups or water/electrical hookups only, and premium patio sites; some of the sites are seasonal, and some have tent camping.
When you're ready to start venturing out a bit farther, Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA is directly across the water from the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Southeast of the campground in Dover, Tennessee, you'll find Fort Donelson National Battlefield. A Civil War battle was fought here in February of 1862, that ended when Confederate troops surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant. A national quilt museum, one of the largest of its kind in the world, is located in Paducah and also has other fiber arts too. If you appreciate pearls, there are a freshwater pearl farm and museum located along the Tennessee River. Guided tours of the farm are available, or you can browse on your own after watching a short video.
RV rentals in Trigg County are your best bet for finding the RV rental that best suits your needs. Once you have it, point it towards Shawnee National Forest, a short 50-mile drive from Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA. The forest has two points where you can access it and this one, near Hopkinsville, is the closest of the two. You can enjoy hiking here and will be exposed during your venture to stands of oak-hickory forests, lush canyons, and razorback ridges. There are wetlands interspersed throughout and a varied selection of wildlife that lives within the special habitat. If scenic relaxation is more your speed, take a driving tour in your motorhome rental along the highways and smaller roads that dissect the park.
The Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area is where you can enjoy canoeing and backpacking, observe elk and bison, coyotes and red wolves, and many other resident species that depend on the area's habitat for survival. Educational programs and live presentations are hosted in the park's planetarium, as well as training sessions on gardening and wildlife photography. The on-site wildlife station has exhibits explaining the ecology and wildlife that are found there and well-trained staff who can answer your questions.
The Massac Forest Nature Preserve is a diverse ecosystem, with ridges and ravines that support upland forests containing oak, hickory, and blackberry tree stands, and a floodplain forest dominated by silver maple and pecan tree forests. Hiking and mountain biking is possible within the preserve, but there are snakes, ticks, and poison ivy, so you should exercise caution. End your excursion with a snack and a beverage in your rental RV, and you'll have the best of both worlds.
Your vacation should include some time spent in the towns and cities that populate this section of Kentucky, and Princeton is an attractive destination. Shoppers will enjoy a locally owned deli that has been around for a while and is well-known for its award-winning smoked ham. If you stop by here, you can browse for lunch meat at the meat counter, jams, prepared sandwiches and drinks, and much more. Another local store emphasizes all sorts of gifts, from clothing to plates, candles, purses, wreaths, and almost anything you can imagine (plus a few surprises you might not have thought of).
Benton is a good choice if you're looking for a nice meal in an elegant restaurant, or even if you're not and would be satisfied with a simple cafe. There is a good variety of cuisines on hand for you to choose from, including venues serving local dishes such as catfish or your choice of barbecue. One of the barbecue establishments is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as weekend brunch; they can accommodate takeout requests too.
Kentucky is an ideal location if you're seeking a vacation in friendly surroundings with breathtaking landscapes, history, and lots of activities, and Kentucky Lakes/ Prizer Point KOA is your invitation to come.