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About Clay Lick Boat-In Campground

Claylick Boat In Campground Map Claylick Boat-in Campground, located on Cumberland Ranger District, has 13 primitive campsites on Cave Run Lake. The campground must be entered by boat or by walking in from the nearby Claylick Boat Ramp parking lot. The walk is approximately 1/2-mile. Boat moorings are available at the campground for those who boat in. If you park at Claylick Boat Ramp and walk in, you will need to purchase a pass to display in your vehicle. The campground is a U.S. Fee area, and visitors pay on site. Make this page look nicer by submitting photos of your visit to this campground. Learn more… The campground is located on the Cumberland Ranger District, Daniel Boone National Forest. Cave Run Lake is widely known for its scenic beauty and varied outdoor recreation opportunities. The lake is also the home of Kentucky's state record muskie.This 8,270-acre lake is jointly operated and managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Forest Service.  You must comply with all regulations established by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources concerning fishing, boating and waterway safety laws. Licenses and regulation guides are available at most retail stores.

Operator
USDA Forest Service
Access
Features
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Showers
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RVs and Trailers
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
No 30 amp Hookups
No 50 amp Hookups
Max Vehicle Length Unknown
Location
Clay Lick Boat-In Campground is located in Kentucky
Latitude
38.059 N
Longitude
-83.4643 W
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Directions
From I-64, take exit 133 and go south on KY 801. In 13.7 miles, 801 merges directly onto KY 1274. After another 1.9 miles, turn right onto Forest Service Road 968 (Claylick Road). A vehicle parking area is located on the left. The Claylick Boat Ramp is located at the end of the road. 
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