Kentucky Marshall Country Tourism Lake

Kentucky Marshall Country Tourism Lake


Kentucky Marshall Country Tourism Lake
93 Carroll Rd
Benton, KY 42025
United States

Kentucky Marshall Country Tourism Lake is about fun, family, friends and memories. It's about catching a giant bass or skiing alongside 2300 miles of shoreline. It's about taking time to slow down and enjoy life's simple pleasures.

(270) 527-3128 or 800-467-7145
(270) 527-9193

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