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Martins Fork Lake, Smith

4.4
#58 of 61 in Nature in Kentucky
Water Body · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Martins Fork Lake is a 340acre reservoir in Harlan County, Kentucky. The lake was impounded from the Martin's Fork in 1979 by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. It is named for James Martin, an early pioneer in the area.
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4.7
TripAdvisor
  • This is definitely a place you want to stop at. It is a beautiful drive to get there. We saw lots of families having picnics and people at the beach. 
    This is definitely a place you want to stop at. It is a beautiful drive to get there. We saw lots of families having picnics and people at the beach.  more »
  • Beautiful scenery. Beach was clean. Visitors were having a ball!! One of the best kept secrets in Harlan County. 
    Beautiful scenery. Beach was clean. Visitors were having a ball!! One of the best kept secrets in Harlan County.  more »
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  • Beautiful area clean good fishing has a dock and plenty of parking.
  • Beautiful Lake! Beautiful park! The grounds are well kept.

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