Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park

Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park


Location:South of Burkesville, on the Kentucky-Tennessee border.
Facilities:60-room lodge, 150-seat dining room, campground with 144 campsites, including 24 equestrian campsites, restrooms, and showers, multi-use trails (15 miles), picnic shelter, swimming pool (in campground), marina, boat ramp, fishing and pontoon boat rentals, conference center, gift shop.
Activities:Camping, boating, swimming, scuba diving, water-skiing, fishing, spear fishing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, recreational programs.
Special Features:Park's lodge is perched clifftop 300 feet above Dale Hollow Lake at one of its widest points, providing spectacular views for guests. The lake was formed in 1943 by damming Tennessee's Obey River and has 620 miles of shoreline, with plenty of shoals, small tributaries, and clean, clear water to encourage healthy fish growth. The park's campground is insulated by thousands of acres of pristine forest.
Address:6371 State Park Rd
Burkesville, KY 42717

Phone:800-325-2282
Web: www.parks.ky.gov/resortparks/dh
Size: 3,398 acres land; 27,700 acres water.

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