Lake Leatherwood Park - Cabins

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A gem in it's natural setting of 1600 acres including an 85 acre spring-fed lake, is home to over 120 different bird species, wildlife, and is a place of natural serenity. The lake is formed by one of the largest hand-cut native limestone dams in the country. The dam and several structures at the park were built in the early 1940's by the WPA. Lake Leatherwood Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The park offers several recreational opportunities including fishing and swimming. For hiking and biking enthusiasts, the park offers over 21 miles of trails that cover varied terrain surrounding the lake and in other areas of the park. All trails are closed to motorized vehicles. Hikers and bicyclists can enjoy solitude, bird watching, cool springs, an intermittent creek, historic stone walls and bridges, unusual rock formations and the beauty of nature.

Lake Leatherwood waters are home to blue gill, crappie, bream, large mouth bass and channel catfish. For boaters, the park includes a paved boat ramp. To maintain the peacefulness of the lake, there is a no wake requirement.

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