The Army Corps of Engineers started construction of a dam in 1964 and Green River Lake State Park opened in 1969. With 1,331 acres of land along with the 8,200-acre lake. The park has many attractions for those who love nature and wish to experience the beauty that is found in the Campbellsville, Kentucky area.
Park options include an 18-hole miniature golf course, hiking trails, a beach, picnic area, and a playground. The lake's marina has a restaurant, boat slips, and rentals for different types of boats. The lake abounds in bass, bluegill, catfish, and crappie.
A 156-site RV campground with grocery, dump station, and three central service buildings with showers, rest rooms, and a laundry facility is available.
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With 28 miles of multipurpose trails for hiking, mountain biking or horseback riding, you'll find great ideas for fun and exercise while exploring the natural beauty of Green River Lake State Park.
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A variety of species await you such as white, largemouth, smallmouth, and Kentucky bass, bluegill crappie and muskie. Plan your fishing trip and improve your success with the KY Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources fishing forecast.
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200 covered slips are available, rental houseboats, fishing boats, ski boats, jet skis and pontoon boats. Open March through November.
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Open all year.
Reservations can be made April 1 - October 31. Click here to reserve your campsite online, or call the park at (270) 465-8255.
November 1 - December 31 and March 1 - 31; walk-in only, first come first served.