Why this hidden resort on Lake Cumberland is a perfect escape
Here’s your Friday getaway:
woodson bend resort
Where to go: Bronston, KY
Drive time: 3 hours
This trip is perfect for travelers:
love boating and getting away from hectic schedules
Your Woodson Bend Resort vacation begins here.
What city is Lake Cumberland in?
Lake Cumberland is huge. It is surrounded by many cities: Somerset, Burnside, KY, and Bronston, KY, are just three of them.
How large is Lake Cumberland?
Lake Cumberland is the 62nd largest lake in the US.
How many miles is Lake Cumberland?
What you need to know about Woodson Bend.
It’s a gated-community with 24-hour security, overlooking the lake.
The resort’s condos are privately-owned; some are rented out as vacation rentals.
Try and book a condo with a lake view. You won’t be disappointed!!
There is no beach access from the resort, so it’s not a great spot for swimming.
There is a marina; if you are a boat-owner OR plan to rent a boat, it is an ideal location.
There are many amenities on-site including a swimming pool, seasonal restaurant, tennis courts, volleyball and basketball courts, playground, driving range, and 18-hole golf course.
Quiet and tucked away, cell phone service may be spotty.
What is nearby?
There are many things to do in Somerset, KY, about 15 minutes away from Woodson Bend. There are stores, restaurants, and a movie theater. There is also a local drive-in movie theater, 27 Drive-In, and SomerSplash Waterpark.
Need other lodging options?
Maybe Woodson Bend Resort is not your vibe. No worries, there are a variety of other Lake Cumberland rentals from which to choose. Here are just a few:
Why is it a perfect getaway?
It’s peaceful atop the peninsula where the Woodson Bend Resort is situated. It has beautiful views and nature all around, including deer. Because most owners have golf carts, vehicle traffic is very minimal and the streets are safe for long walks or playing games outside with the kids.
Beware of swimming after a storm.
When we went, there was a lot of debris in the water, logs and other floating items, from a storm a few days before. Two travelers in our party experienced skin irritation post-trip. I would not recommend swimming if there has been a recent storm due to the debris and possible run-off that may make swimming hazardous.
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