Cave Run Lake

Lying in the northernmost tip of the Daniel Boone National Forest, Cave Run Lake features more than 8,000 acres of boating, fishing, camping, hunting, hiking, swimming, tubing, waterskiing, jet-skiing, wildlife observation and relaxation, all within the beautiful and majestic mountains of The Kentucky Wildlands.
 
Stay at one of nearly 400 campsites (including designated RV hook ups) and launch your boat, kayak or canoe from one of the many accessible boat ramps. Whether horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking the winding forest trails perfect for wildlife spotting, reeling in one of the 150 species of fish in the Musky Capital of the South, participating in a guided fishing excursion, exploring the Minor E. Clark Fish Hatchery, viewing the annual Regatta Sailboat Race, or simply relaxing at one of the spacious swimming beaches, Cave Run Lake is your natural getaway destination.

Cave Run Lake

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