TRAIL – Cumberland River Paddle Trail

Rent a canoe from our local outfitter, Kentucky Pedal & Paddle or bring your own!! Kentucky Pedal & Paddle is located on the Jamestown Square and will shuttle you to the Cumberland River…and pick you up! *Seasonal business. (270) 585-1531. There are several stops and points of interest along the Cumberland River Paddle Trail – Trailhead to […]


TRAIL – Geocaching Power Trail

10 + Miles Jamestown & Russell Springs  are a mecca for Geocaching!  Follow our Geocaching “Power Trail” straight down Highway 127, into our Marinas, the Lake Cumberland State Resort Park, and Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery!  Hundreds of caches can be discovered as you enjoy your time in the Lake Cumberland area. Geocaching is a […]


TRAIL – Horseback Riding (Lake Cumberland State Resort Park)

Enjoy seasonal horseback riding at the Lake Cumberland State Resort Park!  This is a great activity for young & old alike – for those with experience AND great for people that have never been on a horse.  Enjoy the great outdoors and the gorgeous horse trails at the Lake Cumberland State Resort Park. Memorial Day […]


TRAIL – Lake Bluff Hiking Trail (Lake Cumberland State Resort Park)

The Lake Bluff Hiking Trail is a 4 mile linear trail with the trailhead located at the Lake Cumberland State Resort Park activities center.  Numberous road crossings allow for variations on the length.  The trail ends at the Lake Overlook. This trail has steep slopes and rough grade. DIFFICULTY:  Steep


TRAIL – Lake Cumberland Water Trail

101 Miles.  Rent a kayak, paddle board, pontoon, ski boat or houseboat etc. from Jamestown Marina, State Dock Marina, Alligator II Marina or Wolf Creek Marina and enjoy boating on one of the largest lakes in Kentucky.  There are numerous restaurants, shops and points of interest along the route.  Smaller watercrafts must watch out for […]


TRAIL – Nature Explorer Hiking Trail (Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery)

This 3/4 mile trail passes through a variety of ecosystems, winding around Hatchery Creek, and then back to the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery Visitor’s Center.  Native species like whitetail deer, wild turkey, rabbits, squirrels, songbirds, insects, reptiles, and amphibians are common along the trail. This trail connects to the Corps of Engineers Whispering Pines […]


TRAIL – Whispering Pines Hiking Trail (Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery)

Whispering Pines trail is a very gentle hiking trail within the Kendall Recreation Area on Corps of Engineers grounds in Jamestown, Kentucky.  This trail connects to the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery Nature Explorer Hiking Trail. DIFFICULTY:  Easy Call 270-343-3797 for additional information. Camping available along the Cumberland River at Kendall Recreation Area.


Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery

  At the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery you will come face to face with the region’s underwater friends, explore karst terrain, see the inner workings of an active honey bee hive, and meet Dale, the lifelike animatronic fish biologist—all by stepping into the unique and exciting exhibit hall at the Wolf Creek National Fish […]