Resting on the northern shores of Kentucky Lake, Moors Resort & Marina offers 37 lakefront and lakeside cottages, duplexes and 4-plexes, all with a view of the lake and within walking distance of all the resort amenities. Choose from 1 to 4 bedroom units, sleeping up to 16. All cottages include fully equipped kitchens with refrigerators, stoves and microwaves, linens, cable TV, DVD players, and charcoal grills for your evening cookouts. We also offer lodge rooms in our beautiful, lakefront Log Cabin Lodge. The Lodge also includes a large Great Room in which to host events all the way from family reunions to meetings. WiFi is available throughout the resort at no charge. We strive to supply all of the conveniences of home to make your stay at The Moors one you will remember. Once staying at Moors, you will have everything within walking distance! Ralph's Harborview Bar & Grill is open seasonally for breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering everything from burgers and barbecue to catfish, steak and frog legs, and now serving beer, wine, and spirits. Venture on down to the marina for ice, bait, fuel, groceries, souvenirs, marine accessories, fresh made pizza, hot wings and hand-dipped ice cream. Moors also offers a full fleet of rental boats including pontoons, ski boats, WaveRunners, and fishing boats, along with tubes, wake boards, and skis. If you bring your own boat, Moors offers covered and uncovered slips. After a day on the lake, enjoy our miniature golf, swimming pool, sand beach, playground, large lakefront pavilion and free recreational rentals from our office, such as DVDs and games. The Moors specializes in group events. Host your fishing tournament or family reunion here, and you are assured to have a successful event. Since 1951, Moors Resort and Marina has been the most popular spot on Kentucky Lake for family vacations and fishing trips. Over the years, we have grown and upgraded the resort, yet kept that laid-back atmosphere with good ole' fashioned southern hospitality. We specialize in fun and relaxation. Head on down to Kentucky Lake, The South's Great Lake!