Some of the best Lake Cumberland dining can be found at the Lake Cumberland State Resort Park! The park has a full menu with several all you can eat choices. The Lake Cumberland State Park is famous for preparing many authentic Kentucky delights like the Kentucky “Hot Brown”, delishious fried catfish, and Kentucky’s famous Banana Pudding just to name a few.
Sit back and enjoy the panoramic view of Lake Cumberland while you dine. The Lake Cumberland State Resort Park offers many alcoholic beverages as well as Kentucky wines, bourbons and craft beers.
In addition to the Lure Lode restaurant, be sure to visit the State Dock restaurant at the Marina inside the Lake Cumberland State Resort Park. The State Dock’s Lake Cumberland restaurant is a relaxed environment, full menu and spectacular view of the lake. Live entertainment along with a full bar can be found at the State Dock Marina restaurant.
Lake Cumberland State Resort Park is rich in history. In 1750, Dr. Thomas Walker, the first frontiersman into Kentucky, stood on a high bluff overlooking a giant river. Impressed by this stream flowing from the mountains of southeastern Kentucky, he named in in honor of the Duke of Cumberland, son of George II of England. Some 200 years later, Wolf Creek Dam was constructed on the Cumberland River forming Lake Cumberland, the 3rd largest lake in Kentucky.
For current Lake Cumberland restaurant hours of operation,call the park at (270) 343-3111.