• All Recreation

    • Trace-Pitman Greenway

      Trace-Pitman Greenway A wonderful gem right in the city, the Trace-Pitman Greenway follows Little Pitman Creek and Trace Creek. The trail offers beautiful views of the woods and meadows along the creeks and has picnic tables and benches spread throughout making it a perfect spot for the whole family to enjoy. Frequently used by joggers, walkers, and bicyclists, you may also see deer or great blue heron while out on the greenway. The Trace-Pitman Greenway is a two mile trail that is partially paved and part gravel.

    • Rip N’ Lipz Fishing Charters

      Rip N Lipz Fishing Charter Rip N Lipz Charter Fishing specializes in 1-3 man personalized trolling charters.  Trips usually start at daylight and go for 8 hours.  We teach our clients 1 on 1 all the ins and outs of running, rods, gear, equipment and netting fish. Walleye & Crappie 1-3 Persons $225 What to Bring 1.  Appropriate clothing, rain suit most days for wind protection.  Sunglasses and camera. 2.  Food, drinks a cooler will be furnished by the boat 3.  Large cooler for the fish  


      BOAT STORAGE   Looking for a place to store your boat or RV? Taylor County offers many options for storage? Here is a list of businesses that offer Boat & RV Storage  around Green River Lake

    • Wet N’ Wild Watersports

      WET N’ WILD WATERSPORTS Located at Green River Marina State Dock, Wet N Wild Watersports offers jet-skis, kayaks, and paddle board rentals for everyone to enjoy! This 8,210-acre lake in the heart of Kentucky offers over 28 miles of picture perfect water lying between 147 miles of shoreline. It’s perfect for fishing, boating and all water sports. Come and experience the beauty and tranquility of one of Kentucky’s best kept secrets. Green River Lake is a haven for the water sport and fishing enthusiasts. As well as the vacationer that just wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you visit just for the day or a week, there is plenty to enjoy here at Green River Lake. KAYAKS RENTALS Deposit $40 One day rental $40 *Rates do not include tax PADDLE BOARDS RENTALS Deposit $40 One day rental $40 *Rates do not include tax JET-SKI RENTALS Deposit $300 (each) 1/2 day (4 hrs) $200 One day (8 hrs) $300 Weekend (Fri-Sun) $900 Weekly (Mon-Fri) $1500 *Rates do not include tax. *Discount with Floating cabin rental on Green River   MORE INFO Visit http://www.wetnwildwatersports.com or call (270) 585-4838      

    • Campbellsville City Lake

      Campbellsville City Lake This clean 85 acre lake is an excellent choice for family oriented fishing and boating. Kayaks, canoes and non-motorized boats are welcome but no gasoline motors are allowed. An annual membership is required and may be purchased at “Pompano’s” Bait House. Membership $25 Annual family membership to use lake Kayak Rentals $10 for 4 hours $20 for day Boat rentals for minors: Youth under 16 years old must have adult guardian accompany them on the water. Minors 16 -18 years old need waiver signed by adult guardian. Contact Pompanos Bait House Tim and Lisa Miller, Managers 207 N Shore Dr. Campbellsville, KY 42718 Call or text: 270-403-9224 Facebook: @pompanosbait

    • The Big Cat Pay Lake

      Big Cat Pay Lake Big Cat Pay Lake has two fishing lakes. One is of 1.5 acre trophy size catch and release catfish that weigh up to 60 pounds, while the other is a 3 area lake stocked four times a week with farm raised fish that weigh 2 to 3 pound.  Our lakes are in a country setting for a restful, fun, family experience. Stock We stock 2-3 times a week. Fishing License No fishing license required. Kids 12 years and under fish on a parents ticket and limit Rentals Fishing pole rentals are available. Store Our store has a full line of bait and tackle for the Catfish fisherman. We also carry snacks and drinks. Trophy Lake Opens at 6 AM closes at 10pm till summer get warm $15.00 12 hours gets you in and enters you in the jars All fish get released back into the lake. All fish must be netted. NO PICKING UP FISH You have to have a net. You can rent one for $2.00 No treble hooks. No mud cats. No craw-fish allowed. Rules No culling Keep first 8 fish under 10 lbs. All fish over 10 lbs are lake property and are to be released. No mud cats No crawfish No sharing stringers Catch your own fish and fish your own poles, 2 pole limit All Bass All Spoonbill and Grass Carp are to be released back Prices/Fish Limit $15.00 to fish 8 hrs for 8 fish (regular ticket) $20.00 12 hours for 10 fish $15.00 to fish the Trophy lake for 12 hours If you catch your limit you can buy a second ticket for $20.00 on the second limit. $25.00 for the third Open Open at 6 AM closes when your finish your ticket time.

    • Spurlington Lake

      Spurlington Lake A paved boat launch ramp is provided at this 33 acre fishing lake stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill, warmouth, white crappie, redear and channel catfish. . Anglers will enjoy fishing from the shore. Restrictions Electric motors only. Swimming is not permitted.

      2353-3051 Sportsman Lake Rd
      (270) 746-7127
    • Musky Guide Green River Lake

      Musky Guide Green River Lake Call to book your fishing adventure! All equipment provided no experience required. Package deals are available that include lodging and fishing.  

    • Green River Lake Crappie Trips

      Grab you fishing license, sunglasses and sun screen and be prepared for a great day on the water! Boat, life Jackets, rods and reels, bait, fish cleaning, tackle and picture of catch are all provided on your fishing trip. Guaranteed Catch – If we don’t catch your dinner, we will provide you with a free trip.  

    • US Army Corps of Engineers Trails

      US Army Corps of Engineers Trails Along with the great camping, boating, fishing, hunting and picnicking opportunities found around Green River Lake, there are also almost 50 miles of trails meandering around the lake that afford some of the most scenic views in the region. From crossing lush valleys to taking in gorgeous overlooks, visitors are sure to find a trail that meets their abilities and gives a sense of hiking adventure. The US Army Corps of Engineers maintains hiking trails off Lake Road located between Soul Chapel Road and Site 1 Boat Ramp in the Green River Dam area. The Salsman trail is 1.1 miles in length and offers a beautiful view of Green River Lake and the floating cabins at Green River Marina. The wooded path is well marked with trail markers. Trail Maps Army Corp of Engineers Trail Map for the Green River Dam/Visitor Center area Fisher Bend Trail Map for trails in the Holmes Bend Recreational Area A list of All Trails surrounding Green River Lake Trail Maps for Campbellsville, Green River Lake & Taylor County  

    • Blue Hole Golf

      Blue Hole golf is a driving range off Hwy 55 south on 125 Range Road. It’s open 365 days a year with a self service ball vending machine and features a grass tee box and 5 target greens for your practice golf practice pleasure. There is also a covered tee box for bad weather so you don’t have to lose your game over the winter. There’s also have a 1200 square foot practice putting green to help on that putting stroke.

    • Green River Paddle Trail

      Green River Paddle Trail Green River Paddle Trail offers canoe, kayak rentals and shuttle service for self-guided trips on the Green River. Life jackets and paddles included in rentals. Choose from 1/2 day, full day or overnight trips. All trips are self guided and are by appointment. Prices: $24.00 per person 1/2 day $30.00 per person Full day Group and family rates available Boating on the Green River… The Green River is Kentucky’s crown jewel of river systems and a national treasure of biodiversity. At 384 miles, it is one of Kentucky’s largest, longest, and most navigable rivers. It harbors one of the most diverse assemblages of fish and freshwater mussels in the United States. More than 150 fish and 70 mussels have been found in the river. Along your journey discover the many miles of dramatic bluffs and natural river environment. Enjoy the view of turkey, deer, beaver, birds and reptiles as you make your journey downstream. You’ll find two access points to the Green River in Taylor County. The first access point is at the Tailwater below the dam which is at the very beginning of the Green River Paddle Trail.  The second access point is the Roachville access at mile marker 12.5 on the Green River which is a full day on the beautiful Green River. Near the end of the paddle, you’ll see a waterfall on the right and the Roachville ramp will follow shortly on the right. As you flow down the river, you’re very likely to see turtles, ducks, deer and blue herons. You’ll notice on the right in the trees are green and white mile markers signs so you’ll know just where you’re at on the river. The best water levels to paddle the upper Green for casual floating are from 150 to 500 cfs (cubic feet per read more

      Tailwater Recreation Area Spur
      (270) 789-2956