This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Lake Barkley reviews
"Very nice time and place was what I expected. Some suggestions would be shades for window facing street in 2nd bedroom and some small tables placed around to hold personal items next to beds. The views were great and it was very relaxing and the complimentary coffee and supplies were great. Very well stocked with kitchen and bathroom towels and supplies. For small families or 2 couples a perfect setting. Thank you again for having us at your home."Guest: Diane M. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 12, 2014View listing
"The house is secluded and peaceful. We had almost everything we needed already there. Other than a closed up smell when we arrived, it was close to perfect for what we were looking for. The road and driveway are a bit tricky when pulling a pontoon boat (narrow, winding, and no place to turn around till the end), but the truck driver in the family had no problem with it. Overall, it was a very pleasant vacation. We spent time boating and jet skiing out on the lake, cooking, and just resting. I wouldn't describe this as handicap accessible or toddler friendly, but it's great for older kids and people who are able to manage steps and walk up and down hill."Guest: gmjdb Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 23, 2014View listing
"My family and I really enjoyed our stay at the house, we were there for 10 days. It was nicely furnished like a home, definitely not your average fishing cabin, and had everything you could want in a lake house. Even wi-fi and cable with on-demand to keep the kids amused on rainy days. Plenty of room for a large group or family. Home is tucked away among the trees, felt like our little private spot. It was hot and humid in August, and we were thankful that the central air made the home a cool oasis on sticky hot days. We enjoyed grilling and watching lovely pink sunsets from the wraparound deck. Very peaceful and quiet, the lake is beautiful, dock fishing and tubing was lots of fun. The house is only a short drive to town, Sonic, Lake Barkley Resort and Marina (boat rentals, bait), Land Between the Lakes, and Kentucky Lake. We hiked, fished, had picnics, swam in the river, went to the Nature Center, Planetarium, even visited the Bison Prairie. Walmart was 30 mins away in Hopkinsville for stocking up. There's even an Indian restaurant and sports bar about 5 minutes drive from the house that Dave recommended, and the food was delicious. Any questions or issues we had, Dave was very responsive. Since it was our first time in KY, we took a day trip to Mammoth Cave National Park, about 2 hours 15 mins away, but totally worth it if you don't mind a long drive. Cave tours were awesome! Overall, our family had a great time and we'd definitely recommend."Guest: Liz Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014View listing
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. My husband and children as well as his adult children and grandchildren all spent 4 days at the house that sits right on the lake. The house is absolutely beautiful, spacious with enough privacy for each of the 3 families. There were lots of nice touches by the owners - plenty of supplies and the owner even came in and quickly decorated for fall. The beds were amazing. Loved the hammock as well as the fire pit. Not a bad fishing hole - so I am told. We would definitely retun!"Guest: Jenny O. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014View listing
Lake Barkley Travel Tips
Stay in Lake Barkley Rentals and Explore Kentucky’s Past
Located only 20 minutes from the town of Princeton, Kentucky, Lake Barkley is known as the ideal road trip destination in the Midwest for families and groups of all kinds. Lake Barkley rentals allow your group to visit several local attractions and historical sites, enjoy the natural wonders of the area, and explore the local Amish communities.
Choose Lake Barkley Rentals and Visit the Adsmore House & Gardens
Venture out from your Lake Barkley cabins and tour the Adsmore House & Gardens, an estate built in 1857 by an affluent Kentuckian family. Each holiday brings a different decorative theme in the home, but the original look and feel of the interior is still true to its historical roots. The gardens and gift shop make this attraction a day full of activity away from Lake Barkley resorts.
Experience the Amish Life near Lake Barkley Cabins
Take the 20-minute trip from your Lake Barkley, Kentucky rentals and spend the day in the Amish community of the small town of Marion. Only 500 residents call this town home, but you’ll find plenty of churches and schools, as well as plantations to visit and tour while away from your Lake Barkley cabins. Stop at the local gift shops to pick up your genuine Amish souvenir to remember this stay in Lake Barkley resorts.
Natural Attractions and History Lessons Surrounding Lake Barkley Resorts
There are several opportunities to learn about the history of the environment around Lake Barkley rentals, too. Plan a visit to the Barkley Dam and visitors' center to learn of how the steamboats passed through this 157-foot wonder more than 100 years ago. Take a step back in time and enjoy a free ferry ride across the Ohio River before returning to Lake Barkley cabins. This ferry offers scenic views and the chance to experience Cave-In Rock, where former river pirates met and planned their next takeover. These attractions make your stay in Lake Barkley resorts a learning and memorable experience for all.