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Nolin Lake State Park

Nolin Lake State Park
Nolin Lake State Park is located in Kentucky
Nolin Lake State Park
Location in Kentucky
Type Kentucky state park
Location Edmonson County, Kentucky
Coordinates
Area 333 acres (135 ha)
Created 2001
Operated by Kentucky Department of Parks
Status Open year-round
Nolin Lake State Park Official website

Nolin Lake State Park is a park located in Edmonson County, Kentucky, United States. The park encompasses 333 acres (135 ha) while Nolin Lake, the park's main feature, covers 5,795 acres (2,345 ha). The park is located on the northern perimeter of Mammoth Cave National Park.[1]

The park contains a small beach, a country store, boat ramp, 32 developed campsites, 20 primitive campsites, and a playground.[1]

On May 25, 1983, Nolin Lake set a record high of 549.9 mean sea level.

References

  1. ^ a b "History". Nolin Lake State Park. Kentucky Department of Parks. Retrieved September 19, 2013. 

External links

  • Nolin Lake State Park Kentucky Department of Parks
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