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Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Lake is the largest manmade lake in eastern United States with 2,380 miles of shoreline and 160,000 acres of water! This beautiful region of Northwest Tennessee offers a diversified array of attractions ranging from swimming, boating, sailing and water sports, to even museums and festivals!

There is a public swimming area and beach on Kentucky Lake. There are no lifeguards, although it is a protected swimming area with picnic area and restrooms nearby. But the Park alongside has an Olympic-size public swimming pool along with a kiddie pool. You do have lifeguards on duty here. The pool complex features a white-sand beach volleyball court, two diving boards, snack bar, and over 150 sun-loungers.

Fishing is decidedly huge at Kentucky Lake. Even so its always better to check for Fishing Reports and Lake Conditions before heading down there with all your gear. But its really a hawg heaven that will get you testing your skills. They have umpteen fishing tournaments on Kentucky Lake.

The adjacent picnic area has some heavenly scenery around Kentucky Lake. Picnic areas are equipped with grills and water spigots. The fishing dock, playground, tennis/basketball courts, swimming pool, and amphitheater and restrooms are all nearby. The park also has 2 picnic pavilions ideal for day long family fun.

Located on mile marker 66.1 on Kentucky Lake is the Paris Landing full-service marina and boat ramp. With covered & uncovered slips the marina is equipped for offering gas, diesel fuel, a self-serve pump out station and transportation to the inn, restaurant, and golf course. The marina store sells fishing licenses, bait, ice, and all your other boating needs. You have it all here by Kentucky Lake side – the beach, swimming pools, picnic areas and sports activities.