Kuttawa Harbor House

1730 Lake Barkley Drive, Kuttawa, Kentucky, 42055, United States | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Kuttawa

Once You Cross that Line There's No Turning Back

A travel blog entry by jblackert

... of many homes and even the young ladies desire pickup trucks and cowgirl clothing. The dialect is slightly diverse but with the ease of transportation often each individual’s words are spoken differently. You won’t find the best seafood out of Lake Michigan and your cuisines won’t be as spicy but your beef will be juicy and your pork tender. Each locale has unique history and quirks but every state still has a country mouse and a city ...

The Arch: The Gateway to the West

A travel blog entry by art.gomez.737

39

... take him up the arch. Those who know me well also know I am terrified of heights, but I told him I would. Artie and I purchased tickets to embark on the journey up into the sky. As we waited our turn to head down to the train car/elevator, Artie started to have second thoughts. He said he wasn't to sure and thought that maybe we shouldn't go. I had to act brave and pretend like it was no big deal; I couldn't let him smell fear in the air. I told him it ...

Going on the Trace Highway

A travel blog entry by mga60tw

9

We are staying in the Land Between the Lakes a National Recreation Area. The Canal Campground is at the northern most tip and is just a few miles from the recreation area. We drove south to the Woodland Nature Station and were told to "take a hike" so we did. We took a 2.5 mile hike around the Hematite Lake. It was a nice hiking area and we enjoyed ourselves.
We then took a drive to the Elk and Bison Prairei where they have over 60 bison and 40 elk. You stay in your car and ...

In Kentucky

A travel blog entry by mga60tw

8

We made it over to Grand Rivers, Kentucky on Thursday. It was a short drive from Nashville and we arrived at our spot to find it very difficult to get our camper in. Thanks to a neighbor we wiggled it in! We are staying at the Canal Campground for 4 nights for $40. It is a COE campground and I get the discount for having the Golden Age Pass and being old:) We checked out the town of Grand River, population less than 400. But ...

Cave in Rock Town

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64

5

... Cave-in-Rock was originally a stronghold for outlaws including; river pirates and highwaymen, Samuel Mason and James Ford, tavern owner/highwayman, Isaiah L. Potts, serial killers/bandits, the Harpe Brothers, counterfeiters, Philip Alston, Peter Alston, John Duff, Eson Bigsby, and the Sturdivant Gang, and the post-Civil War bandit, Logan Belt. The population was 346 at the 2000 ...

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This hotel is located on 1730 Lake Barkley Drive, Kuttawa.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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