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Turkey Bay OHV Area in LBL

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Turkey Bay in LBLThe trails of Turkey Bay comprise Land Between The Lakes' designated off-highway vehicle area.  The area contains approximately 100 miles of OHV trails which offer a variety of terrain to challenge riders of every skill level.

In addition to the trails, Turkey Bay OHV permits camping at designated areas near the lake along road 167.  An added perk of the campsites is the ability to wake up and ride directly to the trails, as the sites offer chemical toilets, unloading ramps, and drinking water.

A new half-mile children's riding and learning trail – known as the Turkey Trot – is also available for younger riders.  The entire area is fenced off and incorporates fundamental obstacles such as small rocks and logs; uphill, downhill, and sidehill challenges; sharp turns; and “whoop-dee-doo's” for beginning riders to conquer.

Remember to "Call Before You Haul" to make sure Turkey Bay Trails are open and accessible.  On occasion the area is closed due to heavy rainfall or for trail rehabilitation.  To get the latest trail information, call 1-800-LBL-7077.

Turkey Bay OHV Area

SEASON  Year Round
HOURS  Sunrise to Sunset
ADMISSION  One to Three-Day Permit is $20.  Annual permit is $75.
GPS  N 36 45' 00.0" / W 88 04' 19.0"  {Map It!}
LOCATION  2.3 miles / 5 minutes south of the Visitor's Center on the Trace.

See Also:
Turkey Bay OHV Trails Map

Coming to Turkey Bay?  Consider an Overnight Stay!

You could pitch a tent at Turkey Bay in the camping area.  But if you need some additional amenities, consider these lodging options located just outside Land Between The Lakes and a few minutes from Turkey Bay.

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

Beaver Dam Outlook
Photo by Melodie Cunningham

The view from the top of this beaver dam shows a Kentucky Lake inlet in late spring. An inlet like this one is habitat to a variety of exciting wildlife and plants just waiting to be explored!