In May 2001 Nolin Lake State Park opened to the public. The 5,795-acre lake created from the impoundment of the Nolin River in 1963 and the 333-acre park are located along the northern edge of Mammoth Cave National Park in Edmonson County. Nolin Lake State Park is an excellent place to camp and fish. The park has 32 campsites with hookups for water and electricity along with 40 primitive campsites. There is a beach, shower and laundry facilities, playgrounds, and the lake has an abundance of bass, catfish, crappie and, walleye for great fishing.
Nolin Lake is popular with boaters and fishermen alike. Bass, walleye, catfish and crappie are the prize catches at Nolin Lake. There is a launching ramp on the park, so come on out!
There are 32 camp sites with water and electricity, 40 primitive sites, a restroom/shower building, laundry facilities and dump station. A new playground is located by the sites. Three sites have been adapted for the disabled. Open April-October. Pets are allowed if restrained. Basic camping supplies can be purchased at the registration booth.
PARK HOURS & FEES:
Contact Park Office.
PARK CONTACT INFORMATION:
Nolin Lake State Park
2998 Brier Creek Road
Mammoth Cave, KY 42259
Phone: (270) 286-4240
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