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Located just outside of Jamestown, Kentucky, Lake Cumberland State Park is one of the area's most popular state parks, ideal for a vacation amid nature. Vacationers, fisherman, tourists, and outdoor adventurers visit the park for a bit of rest and relaxation and to make use of the incredible recreational activities, as the options are endless. Neighboring Dunnville and Columbia are also worth an explore when you rent an RV in Russell County.
The state park is surrounded by rolling green hills, beautiful meadows, and forest, with Lake Cumberland as its centerpiece. Lake Cumberland is held back by Wolf Creek Dam and receives nearly 5 million visitors every year. What makes the lake most famous are the huge number of houseboats, with over 1000 permanent boats on the water, as well as rental boats open to visitors.
Hiking is a must when RV camping at Lake Cumberland State Park, as it is one of the best ways to see some of the sights that the area holds. To make hiking through the beech and hickory forests easier, there are two trails to make use of. As well as through the undergrowth, the trails will take you up to a number of scenic overlooks. One trail is a four-mile loop around the Lure Lodge area, while the other is a one-way 1.5-mile trail which has a lake overlook near the park entrance.
Lake Cumberland is known as the "Houseboat Capital of the World" for a reason. It is a paradise for all sorts of water sport enthusiasts as the marina offers 100 open slips, fishing boats, ski boats, pontoon boats and of course, houseboats. The lake is large and scenic, so there is plenty of room for everyone to enjoy the views and soak up the summer sun. Many Kentucky records have been broken here by anglers, with brown trout, rainbow trout, striped bass and many other species available to fish, encouraging people from miles around to camp at Lake Cumberland State Park.
Enjoy seasonal horse riding at the park, a great activity for both young and old, for those with experience and without. Make use of the marked trails which are 1.5-miles in length, ideal for a short trot through the forest. These guided rides through the forest depart every hour, starting at the park stable, where a guide will set you up with a horse and a saddle. This is a great way to introduce the sport for the whole family, as well as seeing the sights. The ride usually takes about 45 minutes and follows an easy, winding trail. This is one of the best ways to see the park on horseback, as personal horses are not allowed.
With nearly 130 campsites, there is plenty of room for everyone at Lake Cumberland State Park when camping with an RV. All sites have utility services for a comfortable experience, and there are two central service buildings which are where the laundry, restrooms, and showers are located. There is a place for you to pick up some groceries nearby as well, which can be handy for snacks and evening meals.
Near the campgrounds, to make your camping experience that little bit more relaxing, there is a spa and exercise room which has a number of workout machines, indoor pool complex, and even a water massage hot tub. Who says that RV camping at state parks can’t be a luxurious experience?
One of the nearest towns to the park is Jamestown, and while you are in the area, it is well worth seeking out its hidden gems. One such gem is the Creelsboro Natural Arch, which is also known as the Rockhouse. This incredible natural formation has a lot of historical significance in the area as it was used by Native Americans for hunting and fishing and also burning their dead.
For those looking for a cultural experience, head to the Historic Star Theater in Russell Springs. The theater was once a 1940s movie house and has now been renovated into a beautiful performance space where a number of live acts are shown throughout the year. Camp in an RV near Russell Springs to catch a show and explore the town. Alternatively, head to Key Twin Cinema, which is a movie theater filled with wonderful country charm, located in Russell Springs. It is a great place to catch a movie, especially on a rainy day.
Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery allows visitors to get up close and personal with a range of underwater creatures, see the inner workings of an active beehive and explore the vast terrain. When you visit you are able take a self-led hatchery tour, as you learn about the process along the way. There are also a number of fishing events and a Nature Explorer hiking trails to enjoy while you and the family are out enjoying the great outdoors.