Kentucky Tourism

General Butler Carrollton, KY


General Butler State Resort Park
1608 Hwy. 227
Carrollton, KY 41008
Park Manager: Susan Spears
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Lodging & Camping

The hilltop Butler Lodge is an attraction within itself. Listen to the piano and admire the Ohio River valley view. Each of the 53 rooms features a private balcony or patio overlooking the pool or hillside. This hilltop resort is the essence of river town charm, featuring the warm glow of polished brass and rich woodwork. Rooms are available by late afternoon. Lodge room check-out by 11:00am, local time. Standard lodge rooms and cottages are available for guests with pets (there is a fee). No more than two pets are allowed per room/cottage.

Other Butler State Resort Park lodging options include 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom cottages and more than 100 campsites that are available year-round – for those who want to camp out under the stars on a cool night with friends.

Click here to Reserve A Lodge Room/Cabin
Click here for Camping Reservations


General Butler Conference Center has a large meeting space that offers both 400 banquet style and 750 theater style seating.  Visit General Butler's Meeting Facilities page.

Two Rivers Restaurant

The Two Rivers’ name and fish camp décor is a reference to the Ohio and Kentucky rivers, which meet in the local area.

We serve our signature Kentucky favorites and locally grown produce. Two Rivers has been featured in the book “Dining across Kentucky” as well as on the Kentucky Life television program.

Restaurant Hours

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Restaurant Menus

Breakfast Menu Adobe PDF Document
Lunch and Dinner Menu Adobe PDF Document
Kid's Menu Adobe PDF Document


Butler-Turpin State Historic House


The House is only open Memorial-Labor Day Weekends and by appointments only, if group size is 20 persons or more, planned in advance with Friends of Butler.

Email [email protected] to set up a tour of the Butler-Turpin State Historic House.
Admission: $5 adult, $3 under 18, free for children 6 and under.