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Nolin Lake is popular with boaters and fishermen alike, campers will enjoy the Nolin Lake Campground, featuring 32 camp sites with water and electricity. This facility opened in May of 2001. There are 32 camp sites with water and electricity, 40 primitive sites, a restroom/shower...
Off the beaten path but well worth the drive. Has both primitive and RV sites. RV sites offer gravel parking, picnic table, fire ring and lantern pole. They offer 30 & 50 AMP electric plug in. No sewer on site, dump station as you pull...More
We arrived much later than expected, so it was completely dark. The set up was easy even at 8pm. The sites are large and level with gravel. I did my research and snagged site #23 when it opened up. It is at the very end...More
We drove 12 hours to get here which probably impacted our view on how accessible the park is. Given our route we spent some hair raising time on the last stretch (728, 259 and a few others before those) hugging the outside line on very...More
The folks running the campground are some of the most friendly and helpful people that I have come across at a campground. While we only stayed one night, the campground was really good. There is a smallish beach and swimming area with primitive tent camping...More
My wife and I spent four delightful days camping here and the park is delightful. The camp sites are very large and have a nice pad to park on. There is a beach nearby and boat launch. We have visited four Kentucky State Parks and...More
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We stay there last August in our hybrid Jay feather. I chose site 13 for our daughter to be by the park. We walked around and the sites that back up to the lake looked very nice. There were folks tenting it as well as folks... More
We stay there last August in our hybrid Jay feather. I chose site 13 for our daughter to be by the park. We walked around and the sites that back up to the lake looked very nice. There were folks tenting it as well as folks in trailers. I'd try one of those if you can.