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Land Between The Lakes CabinsLand Between The Lakes is an uninhabited, 170,000-acre national recreation area.  LBL operates several campgrounds and facilities inside the park, but fully-furnished cabins with all the modern amenities isn't available inside the park, unlike the hundreds of cabin rentals outside the park.

Primitive Cabin Rentals in Land Between The Lakes

LBL does offer primitive, basic cabin rentals at Piney Campground in the southeastern part of the park.  The cabins at Piney Campground are one room only and sleep up to four people.

Inside the cabin you'll find one double bed, one bunk bed, a ceiling fan with light, small table and chairs and electrical outlets.  Cabins at Piney are equipped with air conditioning and portable heaters.  But there are no restrooms inside and no running water.

Cabins of similar nature are also at Wranglers Campground, located south of US 68 near Lake Barkley.  Seven of those cabins sleep up to eight people.

Cabins Around Land Between The Lakes

The nearest full-service cabin rentals to Land Between The Lakes can be found near the four main entrances to the park.  Grand Rivers to the north features several upscale cabin and cottage rentalsCadiz and Canton to the east have cabin rentals as well.  Aurora to the west is closest to the LBL Visitor's Center and has smaller, more rustic, but full-service cabin rentalsDover to the south has limited options for lodging.

And of course, you can see all of our cabins and cottages on both Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley.  Some are further away from Land Between The Lakes than others.  You can use our Kentucky Lake Interactive Map to help determine the perfect rental location for your next trip to Land Between The Lakes. 

Note:  ExploreKentuckyLake.com is not the official site of the Land Between The Lakes. You can access their official site here.

Hematite Leaves
Photo by Shane Dunnaway

Those who are familiar with Hematite Lake trail will know where this photo was taken. Beautiful autumn leaves attempt to cover the rocks alongside the path around Hematite Lake.