Mammoth Cave National Park
With vast chambers and complex labyrinths, it’s no wonder that Mammoth Cave National Park provides a unique adventure for the entire family.
Nestled in south central Kentucky, it is the world’s longest known cave system, with more than 400 miles explored.
It’s one of the oldest tourist attractions in North America, and in 1981, this national park became a World Heritage Site as the cave features 350 million-year-old rocks and interesting animals accustomed to living in the dark.
According to the park’s website, there are few better ways to discover the pleasures and curiosities of the sunlight side of Mammoth Cave National Park than camping among the trees or by the waters. The park offers camping in three developed campgrounds and more than one dozen primitive sites in the back country.
Visitors find plenty to see and do including:
Domes and Dripstones Tour – There are several cave tours including Domes and Dripstones. During this exciting adventure, you’ll descend approximately 280 stairs through a spectacular series of domes and pits before making your way through mammoth sized passages.
Fishing – Anglers enjoy fishing in the Green and Nolin Rivers throughout the year. Spring and summer are the most productive, and there are approximately one hundred species of fish including catfish, bass, and bluegill.
Boating, Canoeing, and Kayaking – Take to the waters of the Green River or Nolin River to discover picturesque views of dramatic bluffs, majestic trees, and fascinating wildlife.
This is just some of what you can see and do at one of the most incredible camping destinations in the United States.
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