Bailey's Point Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"As you might imagine by the name, Bailey’s Point is on a peninsula; it’s also the site of a pre–Civil War homestead. Much of the peninsula, which juts into lower Barren River Lake, is high ground with bluffs overlooking the old Barren River meander.
Other parts of Bailey’s Point reach gently down for the lake, forming small coves where campers play and swim. Being at the end of the dead-end road and having a campground host manning the entrance makes for a safe and quiet campground, its own inclusive camping getaway. When you come here, you won’t have to leave your watery retreat."