Lake Cumberland is still there, but there’s certainly not as much water for boaters and swimmers this spring. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is lowering the level of Lake Cumberland because of seepage at the foundation of the mile-long Wolf Creek dam that poses a high risk of failure. The Corps began a $309 million project last year to reinforce the Wolf Creek Dam which means the lake’s water levels had to be lowered leaving some docks and marinas high and dry. Click on the map below to see the status of Lake Cumberland's boat ramps
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