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|Lake name||Lake description|
|Cave Run Lake
Cave Run Lake, located in the Eastern Highlands Region of Kentucky, is an 8,270-acre manmade reservoir. Originally built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control in 1973, the lake now serves as a prime vacation destination. Cave Run Lake is neighbor to the Daniel Boone National Forest.…
He tees up, shoulders square to the ball and swings. The ball sails down the fairway, past the clean, clear water and weathered sandstone cliffs. Any day spent playing golf is a good day, and adding a day on the lake only makes it better. Several lakes boast waterfront golf courses, but Grayson Lake…
Sharing acreage of both Johnson and Morgan counties in eastern Kentucky, Paintsville Lake has been a recreational staple since its creation in 1983. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers impounded Paint Creek for flood control, recreation, and fish and wildlife protection. The 26-mile long scenic lake tw…
(Also known as Yatesville Lake State Park)
The newest star in the Kentucky Appalachians region is Yatesville Lake. Very young as lakes go, Yatesville Lake was created in 1991 when the US Army Corps of Engineers dammed Blaine Creek, a tributary of Big Sandy River for flood control and storm water management. From this very utilitarian beginni…