Water Trails in the headwaters of the Kentucky River!
Great opportunities for paddling adventures in the headwaters of the Kentucky River.
There is a long 14 mile trail from Glen Eden, 5 miles from Eardale, 2.5 miles from Sharp Rock Ramp to Beattyville on North Fork. You will see sights such as the Flood Watchtower, Bridge Ruins, and railroad bridges.
There is a 12 mile trail from Booneville, and a 2 mile from Oxbow to Beattyville of South Fork. Beautiful scenery.
We are still working of trails from Middle Fork to Beattyville and from Beattyville to Heidelberg in pool 14.
Fishing in the Heart of the Kentucky River!
At the mergence of North and South Forks in Beattyville, anglers line their boats up in spring to fish for Muskie! There are some records from the during lakes that were broken by the fish caught in pool 14.
Also bass fisherman compete in a few tournaments hosted in pools 14, 13, 12, 11, and 10. Check out our event page for tournament schedules.
If muskie and bass are not your cup of tea, there is always catfish, crappie, bluegill, and many more to catch.
Are the fish biting? Check out this link that will give you a clue to when the fish are active.