Paducah / I 24 / Kentucky Lake Koa

Calvert City, Kentucky

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Welcome to western Kentucky! Enjoy the beautiful rolling terrain, four major rivers and two large lakes with all the amenities. This KOA's location was chosen with the lakes in mind - and all the fun things to do in the area. Only 1.25 miles from I-24, this is the KOA closest to Kentucky Lake (2,380 miles of shoreline) and the entrance to Land Between The Lakes. You're just minutes away from several great golf courses, as well as antique shops and flea markets. Enjoy real Southern barbecue and some of the world's best catfish and hush puppies. Close by, Paducah has much to offer: The National Quilt Museum, Floodwall Murals, River Heritage Museum, LowerTown Arts District, Carson Four Rivers Center for performing arts (thecarsoncenter.org), bingo parlors and great restaurants. A water park and casino are also nearby. Pool: May 12 - Sept. 11. Max pull thru: 69 feet. Your hosts: Jay & Mary Wilson.

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