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Dixie Mtn. Hideout

Enjoy a breath taking Mountain view from your private log cabin as you drink your morning coffee. With memory foam beds you will wake refreshed and ready to enjoy all the Lake Cumberland area has to offer. Within 5 miles to General Burnside Sate Park and boat ramp and Burnside Marina. Your vacation home is only 10 miles from downtown Somerset, somernites car cruise capital! Boat parking available with turn around. Dixie Mtn. Hideout, when you're away from home, we welcome you home!

$140 per night
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The Bear’s Den

Take a break and unwind in the beautiful Smokey Mountains in southern Kentucky. We are situated less than 5 miles from the famous Cumberland Falls! We are close to many hiking trails and water sports. This one bedroom, one bathroom cabin boasts a full kitchen and a washer and dryer. The deck provides a peaceful view of the beautiful forest as well as a great place to relax and grill your favorite meal! An air mattress is provided for additional guests.

$81 per night
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Cumberland Cabin Get Away

Come and get away! Relaxing cabin backing to the Daniel Boone National forest. Located in the Lake Cumberland Resort. This gated community offers swimming pools, tennis courts, easy boat ramp access, and security. Private setting provided in this cozy cabin is great for a couple and families. Private parking for 2 vehicles, fire pit, large covered back deck with LED lighting, and tons of movies and games for kids. Inside is decorated with antiques and has a great country farmhouse feel.

$80 per night

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The Cozy Bear Cabin
$129 per night
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  2. Nancy
Cozy Lake Cumberland Cabin - Hot Tub, Fire Pit
$189 per night
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  2. Jamestown
On Cabin Time - Lake Cumberland
$121 per night
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Captain's Point Cabin
$450 per night
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  2. Nancy
Amazing Cabin Near Lake Cumberland with Hot Tub!
$185 per night
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  2. Bronston
Cabin on lake Cumberland
$146 per night
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Relax Inn (56C)
$175 per night
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The Enchanted Hideaway /Pet Friendly with Hot Tub!
$149 per night
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  2. Monticello
Little Kentucky Cabin
$100 per night
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Country Cabin Living
$129 per night
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  2. Monticello
Cozy Cabin on Lake Cumberland
$116 per night
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Ma-Honey’s Cabin, Lake,Pool, Boat ramp!
$154 per night

Your guide to Lake Cumberland

All About Lake Cumberland

Set in the naturally beautiful wilds of central-western Kentucky, Lake Cumberland is officially a reservoir, fed by the mighty Cumberland River. However, don’t be led astray by a technical label: Lake Cumberland is one big, fun, soaking wet good time, especially during the warmer months of the year. From the marinas to the brewpubs to the falls to the forests, the entire region is a vacationer’s paradise, and an ideal destination for an extended stay. Another Lake Cumberland claim to fame? World-class fishing. If you’re one who likes to bait the hook and cast off from the shore or from a boat, you’re in the right spot. Many of Kentucky’s record-size fish have been landed at Lake Cumberland, including striped bass, sturgeon, sauger, bream, catfish, walleye, and brown, lake, and rainbow trout.


How do I get around Lake Cumberland?

If you’re flying into the Lake Cumberland region, you’ve got a few different landing spots: Lake Cumberland Regional Airport (SME) is probably the closest in proximity to the reservoir itself, and there’s also Blue Grass Airport (LEX) in Lexington and Louisville International Airport (SDF). It would be a smart move to rent a car at the airport, then make your way to the reservoir. Once you’ve arrived in Lake Cumberland proper, it’s fairly easy to get around. If you don’t have access to a car, the ride-share services are just a smartphone request away. Larger groups can book a charter bus for more ambitious excursions.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Cumberland?

Summer is the superstar of the Lake Cumberland calendar. The weather, waterborne activities, lakeside fun, sunbathing, fishing, hiking, and seasonal festivities like the 4th of July celebration are just that much more enjoyable during summertime. But the other seasons have plenty to offer as well: fall is an especially beautiful time at Lake Cumberland, as the foliage changes color, the crowds thin out a bit, and that slight briskness in the air makes you want to cozy up. If you don’t mind the cold, winter has its own rewards as revelers, locals, restaurateurs, and business owners roll out the red carpet for seasonal holiday celebrations. And spring is simply magical in this part of the world, as the entire landscape erupts with life and activity. Whatever the season, there are plenty of lake cabins for rent to ensure a cozy stay.


What are the top things to do in Lake Cumberland?

Explore Daniel Boone National Forest

A nature lover’s delight, Daniel Boone National Forest spreads across the entire region, offering outdoor escape and adventure for anyone who likes to get out and explore. Natural features include waterfalls, arches, wildlife, rivers, lakes, wetlands, and, of course, untrammeled wilderness.

Spend the Day at the Lake Cumberland State Resort Park

The official state park of Lake Cumberland is located on the northern shore, and adds a good 3,100 acres to the lake’s 50,000+. The park hosts a couple of lodges, a restaurant, cottages, a campground, a country store, a gift shop, and a marina. Activities are endless: you can launch your boat, take a swim, hike a trail, take a guided horse tour, and play some frisbee golf, tennis, basketball, shuffleboard, and volleyball. Phew!

Take a Boat out to General Burnside Island State Park

Claiming its fame as Kentucky’s only island park, General Burnside Island State Park is located smack dab in the middle of Lake Cumberland, and is only accessible by boat (unless you happen to be a really, really good swimmer). This fun, unique destination-within-a-destination offers camping, golf, and, at the risk of sounding obvious, tremendous lake access.