Move to Lake Barkley
Why You Should Move to Lake Barkley
LAKE BARKLEY COMMUNITIES
Cadiz • Eddyville • Grand Rivers
Lake Barkley: An Overview
Lake Barkley was created in 1964, 20 years after Kentucky Lake, by damming up the Cumberland River at Grand Rivers. While smaller and a bit more shallow than Kentucky Lake, Barkley holds its own with over 50,000 acres of water and over 1,000 miles of shoreline.
With Land Between The Lakes located on the southern and western shores of Lake Barkley, there are abundant wildlife viewing and recreational activities to be experience.
With most of the homes and properties on the east side of Barkley, evening sunsets are spectacular from your back yard or deck overlooking the lake.
More About Moving to Kentucky Lake & Lake Barkley
With our beautiful lakes, forests, recreational areas, and attractions, the Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley region is an ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers considering a move here. Spanning the Kentucky-Tennessee border, our area offers ample opportunities for fishing, boating, hiking, camping, wildlife viewing, and visiting un As we’ve talked about in other articles, Kentucky Lake and Lake
If you love fishing and are looking to move closer to Kentucky Lake or Lake Barkley, our region is a paradise you’ll want to hook! For those thinking about buying real estate on or near Kentucky Lake or Lake Barkley, our area offers some of the best bass, crappie, catfish and bluegill fishing in the country across its 220,000 acres
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley’s fluctuating water levels can have some impact for real estate along the shoreline. Understanding the lake’s annual rise and fall cycle is essential for potential buyers and homeowners. The Guide Curve The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) manages seasonal target levels on a guide curve: Winter Pool at 354 feet above sea level provides flood storage