Dale Hollow State Park Resort

5970 State Park Road• Burkesville, KY 42717
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Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park offers a vast, unspoiled wilderness to refresh and rejuvenate the senses. It’s no surprise the bald eagle chooses this area for its wintering grounds.


The Mary Ray Oaken Lodge, built of limestone and massive timbers, sits high on a bluff overlooking the 28,000-acre Dale Hollow Lake and surrounding woodlands.   60 guest rooms feature private balconies or patios. Ask about our pet-friendly rooms when traveling with your four-legged friend.


A 2-bedroom ADA cottage with screened-in porch and a 3-bedroom cottage with deck both off er full kitchens and outdoor grills for the perfect home away-fromhome
for a golf or family getaway.


  • Campground open mid-March thru mid-November
  • WiFi available
  • 145 paved sites with electric & water (some with sewer)
  • 24 horse campsites (adjacent to riding trails)
  • Leashed pets welcome
  • Dump station
  • 6 camping cabins with 1 twin, 1 full bed, & air conditioning
  • 3 service buildings with rest rooms, showers & laundry
  • Reservations at parks.ky.gov or call 888-459-7275


Enjoy a variety of delicious menu selections featuring Kentucky Proud cuisine, wine and beers.   The spacious dining room features panoramic views of the lake through three walls of glass and a vaulted ceiling accented with a 37-foot-tall stone fireplace. A private area of the restaurant can accommodate banquets and meetings for up to 50 guests.


We offer affordable and fl exible meeting rooms, banquet menus, wi-fi and a group coordinator. ™ The natural splendor of this resort will enhance your meeting experience.

  • Accommodates up to 225 guests banquet style or 300 theatre style
  • Can be divided into three rooms for smaller gatherings
  • Adjacent to lodge lobby and restaurant
  • Private dining room for up to 50 guests
  • Modern data connection technology
  • Outside deck with spectacular views
  • Children’s school educational packages (REACH)
  • Senior packages (SEEK)
  • Group activities off ered by our interpretive staff


This 18-hole layout, designed by nationally acclaimed architect Brian Ault, includes bent grass tees leading to zoysia fairways and large, undulating bent grass greens. The 61 bunkers are framed by zoysia. Most of the holes have moderate to severe elevation changes. Five sets of tees accommodate every level of player. Golf Digest has consistently ranked Dale Hollow among its list of “Best Courses You Can Play.” Dale Hollow also can’t be beat for natural beauty, with rock outcroppings, small caves, springs, gorges and two ponds.

For Vacation Fun, We’ve Got You Covered

From a cool dip to a long hike, from reeling in the big fish to hitting the little white ball, however you defi ne vacation fun, it’s here at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park.


  • Marina with 213 slips
  • Boat rental (recreational or fishing)
  • Open year-round: 270-433-6600


  • Crappie, bream, muskie, walleye, trout, catfish, and five species of bass
  • This lake held the world record smallmouth bass & the state record muskie
  • 620 miles of shoreline
  • Kentucky’s premier lake for scuba diving and spear fishing


  • Outdoor pool for lodge guests
  • Campground pool (free for campers)
  • Both pools are ADA accessible


  • Fun and challenging 18-hole course
  • ADA accessible
  • Open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day


  • 12 miles of multi-purpose trails (hiking, horse & mountain biking)
  • No motorized vehicles
  • Eagle Point, at the end of 1.8-mile
  • Eagle Point Trail, is reputed to be the finest overlook on Dale Hollow Lake, offering vistas into Tennessee and views of the lake, islands and surrounding countryside
  • Downloadable map at parks.ky.gov


  • Picnic areas including a covered shelter with grill
  • Playgrounds
  • Caving (with permit)

Plan Your Family Fun

Begin creating family memories by picking up a schedule of activities at the front desk or campground. Entertaining activities are scheduled Memorial Day through Labor Day, with special events throughout the year.


From I-65, take the Louie B. Nunn Pkwy (exit 43) to KY 90 east at Glasgow.
From I-75, take KY 80 west at London (exit 41) to US 27 to KY 90.
From KY 90, take KY 449 south to KY 1206 to the park.
GPS Location:
N 36.63875 W -85.29840

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