Reel in your anchor or lunker fish and set off for some secluded stretch of shoreline on one of the biggest man-made lakes on the Atlantic side of the Mississippi, Lake Cumberland, popular with houseboaters, anglers and water-sports fiends.
Grove Boat-In Campground is accessible by boat from Laurel River Lake or by trail from Grove Campground. The campground sits at the end of two peninsulas separated by a small bay. These campsites are favored by boat owners who wish to keep their boats near their campsite. There are 31 lakeside tent sites.
Open year round
Most of the sites are near the water’s edge, with moorings near each site. The sites are spaced well apart and provide a sense of seclusion. Each site has a tent pad, fire ring, picnic table, and lantern poles. Self-serve pay stations, water, and vault toilets are centrally located. There are no flush toilets or showers.
We offer a compact version of Go-Kentucky for mobile users, allowing you to access just the information you need on the road. Of course, you can still use the full version of Go-Kentucky on your mobile device just as you can on your desktop.