Except for the first few sites (maybe sites 1-10) the sites are very short. Parking our 26 foot 5th wheel was a chore, so much so that hard cornering and running up on a two foot mount caused my camper to get into the roof and rear window of my truck ($1100.00 damage). Sites are not level (required two inch block on one side to level). Campgrounds not very well kept. Picnic table on different level from camper. But if you like children screaming from 8am-9pm this is the campground for you. There was the saving grace of going to Lynchburg to see the Jack Daniel's Distillery and have lunch at Miss BoBo's (oh, you have to do Miss BoBo's) and downtown Lynchburg is a hoot. Wife like the place OK, so I guess if she clubs me over the head I may be back.
This is great campground. They could easily have put two or three sites in between each site there. The sites are angled to insure easy access (except when backing in at night when it's pitch black outside which we did) and are for the near perfect level. At night the campgrounds are so quiet that the only sounds you can hear is the crickets and tree frogs. You can not hear traffic at any time except for those staying in the campground. Staff is friendly and the restrooms with shower stalls are as clean and well keep as any we have seen. There are two dump stations located side by side which are very easy to get in and out of. There is no cable TV however when we scanned with the antenna we had 26 digital channels. We had a 27' 5th wheel and would have had no problems getting to any sites here. We also recommend The OLD STONE INN in Simpsonville, Kentucky (just google OLD STONE INN). It is the oldest inn in Kentucky and was built in 1817 and has a large selection of great food on the menu. So visit Taylorsville Lake State Park Campground, you won't be disappointed.
This is a nice park. It is very hilly getting in and out of park but did not have too much problem with my 5th wheel. The park was very clean and the host was very nice. Only got 3 TV channels with antenna and no Wi-Fi but people camping her where nice. Wife did love beach so all was well. Will stay here again.
We stayed here overnight on our way home from Florida. There was a big storm moving in when we arrived, and the staff got us checked in quickly and due to the threat of tornados they gave us written instructions on where to go in case the warning siren went off. The campground is well laid out with all level pull-through lots. The WiFi and cable TV where excellent. We will stay here again when passing through the area.
A great campsite for an overnight stay. All level and well spaced sites make getting in and out a breeze. There are also many fine restaurants nearby. We chose one called the Catfish Cabin which was about 2 miles from the campground. For around $12.00 each we had some of the best seafood we have ever eaten. So, yes we will be stopping at Northgate again in the future.