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The lake is huge and you can get lost easily, so take a map. We got turned around and luckily Google maps actually worked while we were on the boat and we got our bearings again! It is a beautiful lake and we would love...More
This is a very nice place to take the family on vacation, especially if you have a boat. The lake runs from Kentucky into Tennessee, and easy to get lost it's so large. We stayed on the Kentucky side at Sulphur Creek Resort and had...More
Enjoyed an amazingly relaxing day by the swinging bridge. Lots of places to sit on the rocks and bank. Flat areas offer wonderful places for blankets and pinic items. I would suggest wearing aqua shoes due to the decent down to the water involves stepping...More
We were told by the park ranger how good the food would be here, so we loaded up and drove down, the place was beautiful, the staff was very friendly, but the food wasn't as all it was cracked up to be, the coalslaw head...More
Dale Hollow Lake takes up a remote area on the Obey River along the Kentucky and Tennessee border.. Although there is a state resort park in Kentucky, most of the lake is on the Tennessee side. This is a good time to visit because 2018...More
There are so many little coves to duck back in and hang out when you want some peace but you can be right out in the open water if you are tubing or skiing. There are some neat little restaurants you can boat up to....More
East Port Marina rents jet skis so I would say the answer is yes, unless you're from Michigan. (Just kidding- I live in the Columbus area and you know the reaction a license plate with the Mackinac Bridge gets here). To be... More
East Port Marina rents jet skis so I would say the answer is yes, unless you're from Michigan. (Just kidding- I live in the Columbus area and you know the reaction a license plate with the Mackinac Bridge gets here). To be absolutely positive before you hitch up the trailer, call to there or any of the other marinas on the lake and ask directly. The marinas, area towns , and the state resort park on the Kentucky side have lots of camping and lodging options for when you're not on the water.