Cherokee Park, a beautiful 178 acre public park on the banks of pristine Cherokee Lake, features 74 campsites equipped with water and electrical hook-ups, and bathrooms with hot showers and a dump-station for self-contained trailer rigs. Cherokee Park offers picnic pavilions, Disc Golf Course, public restrooms, boat launch area, marina, and children's playground areas. Cherokee Lake is well known for year-round catch of crappie, bass, blue gill and rock fish. You will find some of the best bass fishing in the eastern United States!
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Hwy. 25N off I-81 to Cherokee Park Rd. About 8 mi. off I-81. Hwy. 25S from Kentucky.