Kentucky Dam Marina

Gilbertsville, Kentucky - KY, United States

Kentucky Dam Marina a Gorgeous Stop on Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Dam Marina is located on Kentucky Lake, within Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park. The marina is a must-see stop for cruisers exploring the Tennessee River, the Tenn-Tom waterway or making their way through the Great Loop! Boaters will love the marina's gorgeous views, hospitable staff and proximity to hotels and restaurants within the state park. Further, Kentucky Dam Marina offers a wide array of transient amenities, including a courtesy van, bathhouse, laundry, WiFi, boat rentals, Sea Doo rentals, kayak rentals and paddle board rentals.  There is also a Ship's Store on site. Those looking to stay off the boat for a night will appreciate the reasonable rooms available within the state park. The park is also home to Harbor Lights Restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner while guests relax and take in the view of the last dam on the Tennessee River. Cruisers will also appreciate that Kentucky Dam Marina offers boat service, fuel and pumpout. Read More

Amenities

  • Bath
  • Fuel
  • Laundry
  • Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Provisions
  • Pump-Out
  • Restaurant Nearby
  • WiFi

Location

36.991487 / -88.287235

Kentucky Dam Marina

Gilbertsville, Kentucky - KY, United States

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$1.00/ft

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Cancellation Policy: This Marina has a 24 hour cancellation policy. Please contact Snag-A-Slip or the marina at least 24 hours prior to your stay to receive a full refund.

Waterway Guide Review

Howard on May 16th, 2018:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Sea Bee Power 45 ft 15.0 ft

This is a logical stopping point above the dam, although there are other marinas nearby.

I was very disappointed on my recent visit. The dockhands seemed inexperienced. There were no incidents, but they needed direction on how to handle the lines. Also, of major concern, two out of three of their fuel pumps were not working. They said that they had been having problems with them for some time, but "I guess they came out to look at them but left before they fixed them". This can be a real issue if you need fuel for the further journey north or south.

The docks are good floating docks, good power, good wifi. Before I go back to this facility, I would certainly call them to check on the status of their fuel pumps.

The Paducah city dock is 10 or so miles below the dam on the Ohio River and is another alternative for boaters passing through the area.