Craigs Creek Boat Ramp
Laurel River Lake is located on London Ranger District and features 5,600 acres of clear, deep water and nearly 200 miles of tree-lined shore. The quiet coves and cliff-lined shores offer relaxation and quiet reflection, as well as boating, fishing, skiing and scuba diving in one of the deepest and cleanest lakes in Kentucky. Fishing for black bass, rainbow trout, walleye, crappie, blue gill and catfish is excellent. Night fishing for trout is also popular during the summer months.
The U.S. Forest Service administers the lake and surrounding shoreline. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers oversees the operation of the lake's dam and nearby recreation facilities, including a picnic area and a swimming beach at the spillway.
At a Glance
|Area Amenities:||Boat ramp,Toilets|
|Fees:||$5/day; $7/3 day; $50 annual. A fee pass (hang tag or sticker) must be displayed inside vehicles parked at the boat ramp. Recreation Passes and Permits|
|Open Season:||Open All Year|
|Restrictions:||Rules and Regulations|
|Restroom:||Toilets are accessible|
|Information Center:||The London District Office has temporarily relocated to the US Forest Service/US Army Corps of Engineers Resource Managers Office on KY 1193 between Holly Bay Marina and Laurel River Lake Spillway and Beach (view map). Call 859-428-7706 before visiting.|
The toilets are accessible for persons with disabilities.
From I-75 exit 38, take KY 192 west for 11.9 miles. Turn south on Forest Service Road 62 for 2.4 miles.
Parking is located at the boat ramp.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Boating - Motorized
|Toilets:||The toilet is accessible for persons with disabilities.|
|Boat ramp:||Suitable for any light recreational boat|