Grove Boat-in Campground
Daniel Boone National Forest \ London Ranger District
Grove Boat-in Campground sits at the end of two peninsulas separated by a small bay, near Grove Marina, on the sprawling Laurel River Lake. This US Army Corp of Engineers lake boasts 5,600 acres of deep, clear, water and 192 miles of cliff-lined shores. The lake is just 20 minutes from I-75 west of Corbin, Kentucky.
The Laurel River Lake, in southeast Kentucky, provides a variety of species for fishermen: large and small mouth and Kentucky bass, walleye, trout, bluegill and catfish. Read fishing tips for each season.
Grove Boat-in Campground is a popular site for boaters who want to keep their boat close to their campsite. Most campsites are near the water's edge with boat moorings near each site.
Nearby boat ramps: Grove Marina, Flatwoods and High Top
Hikers may also access Grove Boat-in by trail from Grove Campground.
Fees apply for camping and launching your boat. Check the Forest Service Fee Schedule.
Laurel River Lake campgrounds open in early April. Join the annual Laurel River Lake Cleanup. And stop in to get fresh fruits and vegetables, at Farmers Markets in London and Corbin, to go with all the fresh fish you'll catch!