Nolin Lake State Park Campground

Address: KY 1827, Bee Spring, Kentucky, 42207, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on KY 1827, Bee Spring, is near Nolin Lake State Park.
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      Kentucky

      A travel blog entry by missyrodri on Aug 06, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... and the KFC Yumm stadium. Then down a beautiful Kentucky road with lovely farms and some stunning houses we found our campground, Dog creek campground on Nolin River Lake. I guess that's a river and a lake all-in-one! Lol. We just finished a campfire and the boys watching a movie and to bed for our early drive to the Smoky Mountains!! Whoosh the days go fast! I'm praying the drive through Smoky Mountain National Park is a safe one! Please pray for that too!! ...

      Mammoth Caves National Park

      A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jul 16, 2014

      1 photo

      We had a short journey today of 45 miles to permit the group to visit Mammoth Caves. Some of us just enjoyed a slow ride through the country in fine weather and used the day to rest for the three longer days to follow. An interesting geological feature of the counties that we traveled through, other than the caves, was the presence of naturally occurring rock asphalt. The asphalt can be laid without heating and does not buckle in heat or ...

      Mammoth Caves for a not so mammoth price

      A travel blog entry by falpal on Jul 13, 2014

      15 photos

      Stopped at Mammoth Cave National Park on our way out of Kentucky. Its the largest cave system in the world and so amazing. Our tour was 2 hours long and only cost us $12 a piece. Some places were so tight you had to squat to get through and others were so wide open it was like being in a cathedral.

      Author's note: Sorry the pictures are so fuzzy. There was very little light (naturally) and so the photos came out blurry.
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      Great day met lots of people today....

      A travel blog entry by feedtheneed on Jun 16, 2012

      21 photos

      ... talked to me until the gals came and took my card to send a donation...

      I helped the gals get their luggage out of the Van and Erich and his family Marlene and Karissa Miller were here for the day and saw the WA License said he had relatives from Walla Walla. Erich talked to me for quite awhile and also asked where to send donation....Then it was off to Singing Hills Campground, about 5 miles away.....Where I was greeted by Eldon and he was very pleasant ...

      Beware Ye All Who Enter

      A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on May 18, 2011

      5 photos

      ... run it through logs that were augured by hand. It was back-breaking, grueling work with terrible air conditions and little light to work by. Once the War of 1812 was over, the demand for nitrate dropped, and the owners of the caves wanted to find other ways to make this area profitable. So, they started conducting tours. Several of those miners became the original tour guides of the caves, and their descendants continued to conduct tours for the next 100 ...