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Old 01-24-2006, 06:27 AM   #1
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Thinking about stopping at Lake Cumberland area for a couple of days in July after the Natl Rally. Never been there and wanted some ideas of what section of the lake is the best for overall beauty and things to do and also what is the better campgrounds in the area.
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If you have a boat you're gonna want to get a waterfront site so you don't have to wait in line every day to put your boat in and out. There are a few websites to check for info. www.lakecumberland.com and www.lakecumberlandvacation.com are two. Make your reservations early it can be hard to get a water site later in the year. There are tons of campgrounds off-lake too.
The lake is huge, deep, and very pretty. Check out 76 Falls. There's always a flotilla of boats tied up for partying and watching folks dive and jump off the falls. It's a great lake for fishing many species. You'll need a depth finder and a downrigger if you want to try for stripers. Make sure you have an extra gas can in your boat...it can be a loooong way back to a marina.
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