Lake Area / Waterfront Properties
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area is a United States national recreation area in Kentucky and Tennessee between Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake. It was designated as a national recreation area in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy. Covering 170,000 acres of undeveloped forests, wetlands and open lands, Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area (also known as “LBL”) is a natural playground for explorers, outdoor enthusiasts and anyone who needs a break from their urban landscapes.
With 300 miles of natural shoreline and 500 miles of trails, there are plenty of opportunities to swim, hike, bike, fish, picnic, boat, bird watch or even try one’s hand at geocaching. Each year about 1.5 million visitors, ranging from school groups to families, make their way to the Land Between the Lakes recreation area to explore the rich, natural surroundings that compose the scenery of a large portion of western Kentucky and Tennessee. (explorekentuckylake.com)
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