Yatesville Lake State Park
Number of Sites: 47
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 27
Yatesville Lake State Park is a 2,300 acre mountain reservoir located in Eastern Kentucky.
Relax in the scenic lakeside setting of the park's 47 site campground. Opened in 1999, the Pleasant Ridge Campgrounds has 27 full hook up campsites and 20 primitive campsites-16 "boat in" sites and 4 "hike in" sites. The campground also has a playground facility, nature trails, laundry room, restrooms & showers, and a dump station. The "boat in" sites are maintained by a service road and three restroom facilities are spaced alongside. The sites are only accessible via boat, but the seclusion and lakeside access are worth it! The "hike-in" sites are in the regular campground but set back into the woods with no electricity.
An ADA-compliant fishing getty and scenic fishing lagoon may be found at our marina area. The Yatesville Lake is highly regarded for its bluegill, crappie, and bass fishing. The park hosts two launch ramps (one at the marina, one at the campgrounds) for better access to the lake. Yatesville Lake is well known for its cleanliness. A public beach area equipped with playgrounds, restrooms & showers, and a snack bar is located near the marina. There is also plenty of opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors on several trails for all levels.
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