|Location Details: ||Green River Lake is located in the central portion of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Dam is situated on mile 305.7 of the Green River. We are approximately eight miles south of Campbellsville, Kentucky & nine miles north of Columbia, Kentucky. Located primarily in Taylor and Adair counties with some flowage easement extending into Casey county. The local area is primarily rural and is served by two small urban centers, these being Columbia in Adair county and Campbellsville in Taylor county. For "reel" excitement enjoy a day of fishing at Green River Lake. Both the avid angler and the beginning fisherman will enjoy the challenge of fishing for white, largemouth, smallmouth and Kentucky bass; bluegill, crappie and muskie. The recreation that is offered is the main attraction to this lake, situated in Taylor and Adair Counties, in Kentucky. Encompassing 8,200 surface acres of water at summer pool and over 20,000 acres of Wildlife Management Area, Green River Lake can offer something to do for all outdoor enthusiasts. With 11 boat ramps, 5 campgrounds, 4 swimming beaches, and 3 full service marinas, Green River is a great place for those interested in boating or fishing. For those that would prefer to stay on dry land, there’s other activities such as, hiking, wildlife viewing, camping, and even miniature golf. For overnight stays, the campgrounds support tent campers, RV’s, and travel trailers. Various areas of the lake also offer cabins to rent, and there are motels in nearby Campbellsville . For those that want to overnight on Green River with a 360 lakefront view, the marinas rent houseboats that will accommodate about everyone’s needs.