Find Kentucky Boat Rentals, Marinas, Ramps & More!
Millions of Americans enjoy boating – the nation’s number one family sport – and Kentucky is no exception. Boat rentals are readily available, and there’s plenty of room on Kentucky’s vast waterways to break free and enjoy a great, wet getaway!
The numerous Kentucky boat ramps and access sites make it easy to bring your own vessel. Boat rentals are available at the marinas for day- or week-long outings.
Please be responsible when enjoying Kentucky’s wonderful waterways. Check out the Kentucky boating rules and regulations and other safety information here.
Explore the listings below to find Kentucky boat ramps, boat rentals and more!
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140 acre reservior, no gasoline powered motors, 3.2 mile Cecil L. Gorley naturalist trail, primitive camping
Fishing boat rentals, bait and tackle shop, waterside camping spots
Lake Cumberland, 10 csites, RV and tent sites, boat ramp,
Rock Quarry converted into a dive site, maximum depth 45', good visability down to about 20', various items sunk iincluding an old Louisville police vehicle, primitive camping...
1,131 acre lake, fish species incude- black bass, crapppie, all 3 major catfish varieties, and striped bass, opportunities for hiking, horseback trails are currently being wor...
14 mile horseback trail open to horse riders and hikers, 30 miles of trails open to ATV use by mobility impaired hunters, campground at Grapevine Area, boat launch ramp
153 acre park, borders Kentucky River, boat access ramps, 167 site campground, working fort with demonstrations, Kentucky River Walk Trail
Boat luanch ramp & park, auto fees and boat launch fees, shortened winter hours, access to the Licking River and the Ohio River
430 acre island on Lake Cumberland, fish for a variety of species, 94 campsites, 18 hole golf course, marina and boat ramps
RV and traditional tent campsites, boat launch access to Lake Barkley
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