Located in the center of Clay County, Bert T. Combs City Park offers great lake fishing opportunities (nonmotorized boats only) while the park offers a large swimming pool, playground, covered picnic pavilions, hot showers and restrooms.
RV Park & Campground
The Governor’s RV Park & Campground offers 75 campsites, many with electric hook-ups, water and dump station.
Fifteen miles of trails for horseback riding allows campers additional activities for enjoyment.
Bert T. Combs served as Kentucky’s Governor from 1959-1963. His was considered to be one of the most progressive administrations in Kentucky’s history. Born in Clay County in 1911, Combs practiced law in both Manchester and Prestonsburg in Eastern Kentucky.
(Governor Combs is buried at the Beech Creek Cemetery in Clay County near Manchester. The site of Governor Comb’s birthplace is located at the Bert T. Combs Park.)