Taylorsville Lake


Taylorsville Lake, KY is situated in central Kentucky within 1-hour's drive of over one third of the entire population of the State. The project is operated for flood control, quality water storage, outdoor recreation, and fish and wildlife preservation and enhancement. Points of interest include a campground, a 20-mile trail system, a Watchable Wildlife Area, and a rustic log schoolhouse and log cabin from early 1800 Spencer county.


From Taylorsville, 3 miles east on KY 44, then 2 miles west on KY 2239 to dam.


(502) 477-8882



2825 Overlook Road Taylorsville, KY 40071-9028


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USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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