Wolf Creek Dam Lake Cumberland
The beautiful Kendall Campground (Wolf Creek Dam, Lake Cumberland) campground in Kentucky sits on 30 acres of lush forest. Many of the sites sit right on the banks of Lake Cumberland, which is the second largest lake in the Cumberland River system. Not far from the campground in nearby historic Mill Springs is the Spring Mill. This is a 40-foot overshot water wheel listed on the National Register of Historic places and was built in 1877. The mill was restored in 1976 and offers public tours during peak season. The campground also has a lodge with an indoor swimming pool and restaurant. One of the many reasons people flock to this lake is that is considered one of the best houseboat vacation destinations in the United States, along with power boating and canoeing.
Kendall Campground (Wolf Creek Dam, Lake Cumberland) Address
10000 HWY 761
Nancy KY 42544
Number of Sites
Mid May through Mid September
Kendall Campground (Wolf Creek Dam, Lake Cumberland) Attractions
There is a bathhouse with hot showers and flush toilets, dump station, tables, grills and firewood. There is a playground for the kids to run and play. Drinking water and boat launch, there is a laundry market and grocery store.
So many things to do including swimming, hiking, boating, wildlife viewing, biking, canoeing and whitewater paddling.
For more information about Kendall Campground (Wolf Creek Dam, Lake Cumberland) please visit Recreation.gov Explore Your America website at Wolf Creek Dam, Lake Cumberland