Join over 2 million yearly visitors and experience the breathtaking natural splendor of Kentucky’s Nolin Lake area. Amongst rolling hills and scenic views, these signature blue-green waters are home to abundant fish and wildlife, including geese, heron, and wild turkey. When not distracted by the stunning beauty around them, anglers can reel-in bass, catfish, crappie, walleye, and other game fish. Rich with history dating back to the pioneer era, Nolin Lake is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Opportunities abound for camping, boating, picnicking, and hunting. The lake is also located just north of Mammoth Cave National Park, site of the longest known cave system in the world. Since much of the Nolin River itself flows through the Park, it features some of the most premiere canoeing in the region. Don’t miss out on the amazing sights and soothing sounds of this truly inspiring natural hideaway.