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Recent Lake Cumberland reviews

  • We had a Blast!

    "We wanted to find a central location for our family to meet. Kentucky is as about as central as you can get. We had 4 generations coming and we wanted to be able to spend some good quality time and have fun. That is exactly what we did. The lake was close and the boat launch was right there. Although it rained most of the time we were there, we still were able to get out on the water and have a great time. If we decide to meet up again in Kentucky, we would certainly look to see if this place is available. Thanks so much in helping us make memories to last a lifetime."
    Guest: Pamela L. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 9, 2016
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  • Terrific!

    "Very clean, all updated, nicely decorated, comfortable. Located at the entrance to the state park, about four miles from the State Dock. Kids loved the pool and community center. Quiet neighborhood. The wifi is run by the condo association and isn't functional from this unit. You can get internet access by the community center but there is little bandwith, though enough (I'm told) to catch Pokeman. New AC unit quietly kept us cool, and the controls were (surprisingly) easy to figure out. Laundry facilities are in the community center; old but work well, take quarters. We stayed for two weeks. Lake Cumberland is the big attraction, and it is massive. The water is clean, clear, and incredibly warm. Other things to do include visiting the U.S. Hatchery (4 miles, and it's free), going on a short horseback ride and playing on the small miniature golf course. The restaurant at The Lure Lodge, also located in the State Park, has a fantastic view of the lake and reasonable prices. Though it has a menu, it's really a buffet place. There isn't really "fine dining" in the area. Notwithstanding what we read on the internet, the area is not "dry", though you might want to bring your supplies with you as beer and wine are extremely expensive there. I did not see any liquor for sale in stores, but there are places that sell mixed drinks. The Jamestown Tap, located at the Jamestown Dock (across the bay from the State Dock) is a fun place to eat, both inside and on the water. That was my favorite restaurant we visited. For boat owners, there is a large ramp on the way to the State Dock to put your boat in. Trailers are not allowed on the downhill road leading to the State Dock, since there's a lot of traffic and no where to turn around. You can park your vehicle and trailer at the ramp, for free. The State Dock will rent you a slip ($25 per night for small boats) which is convenient. That $25 per night can add up, but with just me and two kids for most of the time I really didn't have a choice. Parking at the State Dock is extremely limited but there are several designated lots close by; free shuttles run all day and evening. We never waited more that a couple of minutes and frequently the shuttle was waiting for us as we were parking. If you are at the ramp, you have to call a number at the State Dock for pick up. Also, Mammoth Cave is really awesome. The owner was very responsive to requests and immediately returned security deposit."
    Guest: Jeffery B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 11, 2016
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  • 50th Anniversary Celebration with our family

    "This is a great place for a get-away family vacation! We had 16 and had plenty of room and everything necessary furnished in the home for our stay. The kids enjoyed the front yard and also everyone made the trip down to the lake for lots of swimming (except grandma and grandpa) :) It is rare that we all get together as our sons live in different states and one in Europe. It was a precious time together."
    Guest: Wayne E. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 22, 2016
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  • Wonderful house, amazing mountain view, relaxing, quiet neighborhood! Honey moon stay!

    "We had a wonderful time at this home! The view is exactly as pictured. It was so nice to be able to use the hottub on those cold November mornings & nights. We got some beautiful pictures of the "smoke" coming off the mountains from the porch view. The house was squeaky clean, including linens, and bathtubs. Even the shelves in the bedroom & the floors had no dust or particles. The kitchen had everything we needed for cooking. We loved using the fireplace & the pool table. This home was more than enough room for the 2 of us on our honeymoon. The price for this gorgeous home is half of what you would pay if you went an hour south to Tennessee or North Carolina. The property manager was super easy to work with. Such a nice, quiet neighborhood. We were on our honeymoon the week of Thanksgiving and we never heard another person. The gated community is very secluded & nice. The pictures do not do this house justice, it is so much larger than expected. We did not know there was an upstairs with bedroom & bathroom based on the photos of this house on vrbo.com. It needs more photos!. We highly recommend visiting yahoo & Cumberland falls and taking the stearns railroad. Guthries River House overlooking the river is our recommendation for great dining nearby- it is located in somerset which is about 10 miles from the cabin. Also located in Somerset is any kind of store/shopping you could want. Go the other direction towards the Daniel boon national forest/falls/railroad and its more rural. I'm mentioning these things because we had to discover them on our own being out of towners from Florida. There were lots of pamplets on local activities at the house. The house could use some wifi (if even available that high up) other then that it was perfect. Thank you ! We loved our stay!"
    Guest: dwayne c. Date of Stay: November 2015 Review Submitted: December 4, 2015
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