Land Between The Lakes

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Welcome to Land Between The Lakes

Top LBL Attractions
Nature Station
Nature Station
Elk & Bison Prairie - Photo by April Leigh
Elk & Bison Prairie
Turkey Bay OHV Area
Turkey Bay OHV Area
The Homeplace 1850 - Photo by Lisa Ketterer
Homeplace 1850
Planetarium
Planetarium
Hematite
Hematite Lake
The Land Between The Lakes (LBL) is a 170,000-acre National Recreation Area located on a peninsula between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley.  LBL is a vast area full of adventure for those who are looking to  explore several hundreds of miles of country roads, shorelines and trails

But that's not why hundreds of thousands visit LBL each year.  Inside the park you'll find several developed campgrounds including Hillman Ferry, Piney, Energy Lake, and Wranglers

Visitors to LBL can enjoy the Nature Station, Elk & Bison Prairie, Planetarium, Homeplace 1850s, Turkey Bay OHV Area, and Hematite Lake.

Whether you want to spend an afternoon or a few days in Land Between The Lakes, there's something for everyone to enjoy!
 

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Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, and Land Between The Lakes offer a unique vacation experience for everyone! Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley collectively is the largest body of water between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. Here you can enjoy fishing, boating, hunting, eating at great restaurants, and experiencing the numerous attractions of the Land Between The Lakes. The region is located just eight hours from Chicago, three hours from St. Louis and six hours west of the Smoky Mountains.