With annual visitation of over 2 million, visitors enjoy boating, camping, fishing, picnicking, recreational vehicles, visitor center, water sports, and wildlife viewing. Popular campsites are located at Dog Creek, Moutardier, and Wax.
Nolin Lake is popular with boaters and fishermen alike, and campers will enjoy the new Nolin Lake Campground, featuring 32 camp sites with water and electricity. This facility opened in May of 2001. There are 32 camp sites with water and electricity, 60 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(YEAR ROUND is a trial). Pets are allowed if restrained. Beach area on lake with a Camping Store (located in the Registration Booth) which opened in the Fall of 2005.
Come float the pristine waters and relax, surrounded by the sounds of nature. There are no McMansions staring you in the face as you cruise the peaceful lake. It feels like you are back in time, back to a virgin forest with an unspoiled lake teeming with fish. PRIVACY & PEACE. Come back to nature. Come to Dale Hollow Lake.
The lake is enclosed by dramatic 50-foot sandstone bluffs rising above the water's edge and surrounded by hardwood forests. Discover the beautiful landscape of Lake Malone State Park on the 1.5-mile Laurel Trail or the .25-mile Wildflower Trail. These easy-rated hiking trails provide picturesque views of many rock walls, once used as shelters by Native Americans. Mountain laurel, holly, dogwood and wildflowers provide a rich tapestry of native flora. Natural wonders abound in this secluded wilderness!
Surrounded by rolling, tree-covered hills, the lodge overlooks the beautiful 10,000-acre lake. The lodge has 51 rooms and offers full amenities. Open year-round. Rooms are available by late afternoon. Check-out by noon, Central Time. A limited number of lodge rooms will be available for pets.