Welcome to the Lodging Guide for Fulton & Hickman Counties
Kentucky is known for some unique vacation spots. Wherever you travel in Kentucky, whatever attractions you plan to experience, there are plenty of great motels, hotels, bed and breakfast locations, and camping spots in Kentucky that will fit your budget and meet your expectations. Sleep in state park lodges and cozy Kentucky cabin rentals or rough it at a campsite.
The Cabin at Bellewoode
Pleasant perfect getaway for relaxing weekend, wedding and reception. Bellewoode is more than a cabin with the ambiance of a lodge fully furnished with antiques and modern conveniences. Casual fishing in stocked lake with bream, bass and catfish.
Harper House Bed & Breakfast
Contact: (270) 559-6485
A historic home of former Harry Lee Waterfield. Harry Lee Waterfield served as the 42nd and 44th Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky. House has three rooms, sleeps six, furnished with beautiful antiques.
The Peery House at Springhill Farms
Contact: (270) 254-0470
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A family farmhouse transformed into a quaint and cozy B&B with a taste for the culinary.
Iron Banks Lodge
Contact: (270) 254-6340
Located at the Mississippi River in Hickman County, Columbus, Kentucky, originally built circa 1930 as the Iron Banks Hotel, restored in 2014 as a bed and breakfast lodge. Lodging property furnished with four themed bedrooms upstairs each with private bath and an upper level deck overlooking the Mighty Mississippi River.
Columbus Belmont State Park
Phone: (270) 254-6340
Relax amid beautiful settings on the river cliff campground with 38 sites, utility hookups and grills. A central service offers rest rooms, showers, and laundry facilities. Pets allowed if restrained. Campground is open year-round, water available, but not to each site in winter. Two rental camping trailers and a log cabin are also available by calling the park direct. Each trailer has kitchen, bath, and sleeps six. The log cabin sleeps two and renter uses campground facilities.
Contact: (270)472-3645, (270) 627-1175, (270)627-1174
Nestled into four secluded acres amid the rolling hills of far Western Kentucky, this cozy cottage is a vacationer’s delight fully furnished with antiques and many amenities. Maximum 4 people, 2-night minimum stay, No smoking and no pets inside, outdoor kennel available for rent.
Contact: (270) 472-3324
Vintage-type motor inn located near Interstate 69.
The Meadows Hotel
Contact: (817) 307-2601
The Meadows Hotel in downtown Fulton, Kentucky is a historic boutique hotel. Construction and renovation began on the old building in downtown Fulton (circa 1901) in September of 2016 and opened in November 2017. A unique historic boutique hotel with 14 guest rooms, and an intimate small restaurant and bar called “Bar 101”. In the lobby find a small retail shoppe called the “Meadows Shop” with souvenirs to quick food to sundries. Each room is individually appointed. In May 2019, the Meadow Hotel announces an expansion plan, by purchasing the two adjacent buildings allowing the Meadows Hotel to occupy the entire block of Commercial Avenue. The Meadows Hotel is adding 6,800 square feet with major features and amenities comprising of seven new guest rooms, including a Presidential Suite. The 800 square feet two-room suite will be the only one of it's kind in our entire area. The expansion will allow for a new 800 square feet commercial kitchen with new equipment to make every dish from scratch, including the ability to deep fry, sauté, chargrill, bake, broil, fry or boil, a new 50 seat dining room, increasing our capacity to serve up to 100 guests and cater weddings and events. The Meadows Hotel will also have a business center for our business travelers, a 7x24 vending area for snacks and drinks, an additional laundry, storage rooms and more. Construction is underway and completion is expected November 2019. The Meadows brand will stand for excellence and luxury. In fact we want our guest to relax in history, with modern luxury.
The Historical Stokes Home
A vacation rental in a quaint, small-town, quiet location atop a hill with a view of the Mississippi River.
Columbus-Belmont State Park - Campground
On the Kentucky shores of the Mississippi River is a 156 acre site of the ""Gibraltar of the West"", a major American Civil War Battle of Belmont, a Confederate Fort of Columbus, a significant strategic site for both North and South in gaining and keeping control of the Mississippi River. Take the interpretive trail through some of the most intricate hand built trench systems. Some trenches are more than 20 feet deep and kept the Union troops from attacking by land. View the massive chain and anchor the South stretched across the Mississippi to Belmont, Missouri, to block the passage of Union gunboats and supply vessels, and the ""Lady Polk,"" a giant experimental cannon named for Polk's wife. At 10 ft long and 15,000 pounds, the imposing gun with 128-pound conical projectiles could fire up to three miles. Ulysses S. Grant was the Union General who forced the evacuation of the Confederates in 1862. This fortification was the site of the 1861 Battle of Belmont, a raid fought to test the strength of the Confederate stronghold. Facilities include 38 campsites with utility hookups, restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, 4 picnic shelters, playground, hiking trails, activity center, meeting rooms, dance floor, stage, banquet facilities, kitchen, miniature golf course, historic sites, museum, snack bar, gift shop, and interpretive displays are all available.
- Adress: 350 Park Road, Columbus, KY 42032
- Phone: 270-677-2327
Fulton City Campground & RV Park
Campground located behind the Fulton City Police Department, http://fulton-ky.com, Call 270-472-3141 for more information, No reservations accepted, first come basis, 6-spots with water, dump station and electric available. Enjoy watching a home game of the Fulton Railroaders Baseball Club.
Location: 340 Browder Street, Fulton, KY 42041