Waterfront has a different meaning in Kentucky
Great cabin, nice view of trees, but the waterfront was not accessible or even see-able. Due to flood restricted building zones, all cabins on Nolin lake are still far far away from the lake. Moutardier Park had some nice waterfront grass areas (plus a fireworks show while we were there).
Owner's Response: This is cabin is geographically located on the waterside of the lake and is considered waterfront. The Corps of Engineers does own the redline (usually the first couple hundred feet of the shoreline property), which is positioned directly at the shoreline, thus preventing the erection of structures and paved paths in this restricted area. There is access to the water and that is how the docks are accessed by dock owners, but per the Corp of Engineers, renters are not permitted to use the docks as this is considered trespassing. This does make it more difficult to get to the water; however, access is there and can be used at the shoreline. I try to be as upfront with my guests as possible as to the terrain of the paths so that they understand the land layout. I also suggest guests use the state park and local marinas, which are typically more suitable for families with young children or older adults, because they offer excellent water access.
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