If you enter Land Between The Lakes from our northern entrance, be sure to stop at the North Welcome Station for information and maps about LBL and the surrounding region. North Welcome Station parking lot also serves as one entry point for the Canal Loop Hike & Bike Trails. Open 9am to 5pm, March through November.
Hillman Ferry Campground offers 378 campsites for a variety of camping from tents to large motor homes. Basic, electric, water, and sewer sites are available. Campers have access to modern facilities, including a large swimming area, archery range, ball field, bike trails, campfire amphitheater, hiking trails, two boat ramps, picnic tables, and fire rings. During the summer season we offer recreation programs for all ages. Hillman Ferry Outpost offers camping supplies and rental services. Open March - November. Click here to learn more about Hillman Ferry Campground.
Cravens Bay Campground offers basic campsites, picnic tables, grills, chemical toilets, drinking water, and a boat ramp. Open March - November. Click here to learn more about Land Between The Lakes' campgrounds.
Woodlands Nature Station, your gateway to encounters with the natural world. You'll find a variety of natural experiences, from our indoor discovery center to the live wildlife of our Backyard Exhibits. Experience the outdoors at your leisure, or join one of our guided hiking or canoe excursions. Special programs and excursions are scheduled throughout the year. Open daily April - October; open five days a week March and November. Click here to learn more about Woodlands Nature Station.
Energy Lake Campground offers 48 campsites with 35 electrical hookups capable of handling tents or motor homes. Energy Lake offers a variety of activities and can accommodate groups, families and other campers. Campers have access to a swimming and beach area, playground, activity field, canoe and kayak rentals, and hiking trails. Open March - November. Click here to learn more about Energy Lake Campground.
Elk & Bison Prairie is a drive-through wildlife viewing area offering a look at the restoration of a native prairie and the wildlife that live there. Best time to view elk, bison, and other wildlife is early or late in the day. The Prairie is open year-round.Click here to learn more about the Elk and Bison Prairie.
If you enter Land Between The Lakes from our central entrance, we invite you to begin your visit at the Golden Pond Visitor Center offering maps, exhibits, and information about LBL and the surrounding region. Open daily from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. The Visitor Center also houses the Golden Pond Planetarium, where exciting planetarium shows are offered daily. Click here to learn more about Golden Pond Visitor Center and Planetarium.
Turkey Bay Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area is a designated area for OHV riding and camping. Turkey Bay offers a variety of topography and trails for everyone. The area consists of about 100 miles of primary, secondary, and tertiary trails for different levels of OHV riding. Camping areas, chemical toilets, and drinking water are available. Open year-round. Click here to learn more about Turkey Bay.
Wranglers Campground offers 205 campsites and 12 primitive cabins. Wranglers is a specialized camping facility which provides year-round opportunities for horseback riding and wagon driving enthusiasts. Services include an activity court, showers, guided trail rides, and other services. Wranglers Outpost offers limited camping and equestrian supplies and food service. Open year-round. Click here to learn more about Wranglers Campground.
Rushing Creek/Jones Creek Campground offers basic campsites, open air showers, picnic tables, grills, restrooms, drinking water, picnic pavilion, playground, and boat ramp. Open March - November. Click here to learn more about Land Between The Lakes' campgrounds.
At The Homeplace 19th century living history farm, echoes of the past come alive with a historical farm buildings and demonstrations. Special programs and events are scheduled throughout the year. Open daily April - October; open five days a week March and November. Click here to learn more about The Homeplace.
The South Bison Range herd roams two adjacent 90-acre pastures alongside The Trace. This herdís size normally ranges between 35 to 60 bison. A horse and hiking trail borders the South Bison Range, allowing visitors the chance to see bison when they can't be viewed from view the main road. Click here to learn more about the South Bison Range.
Brandon Spring, a year-round overnight facility on the shores of Lake Barkley, provides the perfect atmosphere for all your group gatherings. Work with our staff to develop "Explore and Learn" activities for your group focusing on topics such as wildlife, orienteering, outdoor survival, natural sciences and outdoor recreation; or you can create your own activities using our many amenities. Brandon Spring is perfect for school groups, church groups, retreats, workshops, meetings, and other overnight groups. Click here to learn more about Brandon Spring Group Center.
Piney Campground offers 384 campsites with 281electrical hookups, 44 sites with electric, water, and sewer, and 59 primitive sites. Campers have access to modern facilities, including a beach and swimming area, archery range, ball field, bike trails, a campfire theater, hiking trails, two boat ramps, and a fishing pier. Piney has 9 primitive cabins available for nightly rental in the campground. In addition, the summer season will offer daily recreation programs for all ages. Piney Outpost offers camping supplies and rental services. Open March - November. Click here to learn more about Piney Campground.
If you enter Land Between The Lakes from our southern entrance, be sure to stop at the South Welcome Station for information and maps about LBL and the surrounding region. Open 9am to 5pm, March through November.