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Grand Rivers is located between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley and at the north entrance to Land Between the Lakes National Recreation area. Grand Rivers is accessible by car using Interstate 24; KY Exit #31.
Grand Rivers is located in the heart of Kentucky's Western Waterlands, between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. It is located 3 miles off of I-24, kY exit 31; two hours Northwest of Nashville, TN, and three and a half hours Southeast of St. Louis, MO. Grand Rivers borders the Northern Entrance to Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.
Grand Rivers is located on Kentucky Lake (Tennessee River, mile marker 24) and Lake Barkley (Cumberland River, mile marker 31), and offer navigable deep water access from the Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico via the Tennesee-Tombigbee Waterway, and to Chicago and the Great Lakes by way of the Ohio-Mississippi River system.
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Grand Rivers Jetty on Kentucky Lake
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Alcoholic beverage sales are prohibited in Grand Rivers.
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Grand Rivers Tourism Visitor Information 888-493-0152
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