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Wow! We found Lake Cumberland State Park the perfect place for a Fall break vacation with the grandkids!! Our 2bedroom 2 bath cottage was roomy, clean, and comfortable. Several unexpected extras - small flat screen TVs in both bedrooms in addition to a large flat...More
We spent a week here in our Airstream. This is a really sweet campground - a beautiful location. The facilities are lovely - including laundry rooms attached to the bathrooms. The only warning I have is that although most of the sites include water and...More
Basically the usual,tired & predictable lunch buffet - but the view is incredible, get a window seat!!
Lunch buffet is only $9 - and slightly less for kids.
You won't leave hungry- but the meal is totally forgettable.
Lake Cumberland was pretty nice, to start off Rowena's was very good and i totally recommend there food, the cabin was a little dinky we had cabin 512 and there were a lot of flies and dirt all over the floor but it did the...More
Stayed here with kids for fall break. Rooms were nice, loved they did not have carpet. Staff was very nice. They loved the pool and playground. We ate in the dining room had a very good meals. The only complaint is the outside of the...More
US$57 - US$169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Unfortunately, yes. We've experienced this exact problem on several occasions now, during different times of the year. Simply put, it's disgusting and we no longer stay there. Go to Jamestown Marina. They actually take care... More
Unfortunately, yes. We've experienced this exact problem on several occasions now, during different times of the year. Simply put, it's disgusting and we no longer stay there. Go to Jamestown Marina. They actually take care of their cabins! No mice allowed! :)
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"We visited in November, not as crowded as summer months, making this a nice romantic escape."