OLD KUTTAWA, KY Campground Reservation, Info, Images, Map, Directions

OLD KUTTAWA, Kentucky Campground Images, Info & Reservations

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Directions

From Nashville, take I-24 West to Exit 40. Turn left on 62 and then right on Highway 295. Follow Highway 295 to recreation area entrance.

Phone

LAKE BARKLEY RESOURCE MANAGERS OFFICE: 270-362-4236

Activities

BOATING, FISHING, DAY USE AREA, SWIMMING SITE

Keywords

OLDK,LAKE BARKLEY,KUTTAWA,OLD KUTTAWA,BARKLEY LOCK & DAM

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Overview

Old Kuttawa Recreation Area is on the northern shores of Lake Barkley, near the narrow canal linking it to Kentucky Lake. Together, these two reservoirs combine to create one of the greatest freshwater recreation areas in the country.

Take pleasure in a day of picnicking or soak up the sun at the swimming beach, either way Old Kuttawa provides an ideal setting to enjoy nature at its best.

Recreation

The half-mile Anderson Woodland Trail is an enjoyable footpath for birding and viewing the great tall trees of the region. Other activities include swimming, fishing and boating.

Facilities

Two large picnic pavilions, an ampitheater, a playground, restrooms and paved parking are available. Plenty of picnic tables and grills are scattered around the recreation area, with ample shade for sunny summer days. **In order to reserve the ampitheater, you must reserve site 1 (large shelter).

Natural Features

Lake Barkley spans 57,900 acres with 1,004 miles of shoreline and offers warm water temperatures during summer months that make for comfortable recreation.

Running parallel to Barkley Lake is its neighbor, Kentucky Lake, with the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area nestled between.

Nearby Attractions

See the astonishing Floodwall Murals in the town of Paducah. It is a gallery that captures Paduca’s rich history.

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