Located in Taylorsville Lake State Park.
The park sits on 3,050-acre Taylorsville Lake, where anglers can vie for bass, bluegill and crappie. The 1,200-acre park encompasses some of the most beautiful riding country around, not far away from Louisville, Kentucky's biggest city!
There is a wheelchair accessible fishing pier.
The campground at Taylorsville Lake offers 42 full service campsites for RV's, and horse lovers can sleep under the stars with their equine pals at one of ten camp sites set up specifically for horse camping. There is a central service building with laundry. Closed for season from November 18th to March 14th.
Ten sites of the campground are set aside for horse camping. Sites have water and electric and use the same Service Building with laundry.
Pets are allowed if restrained.
Marina has open and covered slips, gas, food, and fishing equipment. Rent a marina fishing boat and; schedule cruising time on one of the marina's pontoon boats, or launch your own from four launching ramps. Seasonal. Settlers Trace Boat Ramp and Marina.
Directions: From Taylorsville, 3 miles east on KY 44, then 2 miles west on KY 2239 to dam.
Brush, timbered shoreline, ledges, coves, channels, submerged stumps.