Grapevine Lake


Grapevine Lake
2020 Grapevine Road
Madisonville , KY
United States

Bring your reels and wheels and spend the day in this 188-acre park, which features a fishing lake and four miles of mountain bike trails. Open dusk to dawn April 1 - November 1.


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