Mammoth Cave

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Mammoth Cave National Park is located in south central Kentucky. It is part of the Green River Valley and is the longest known cave system in the entire world, with over 390 miles explored so far. The name Mammoth was derived because of its complex labyrinths and vast chambers.

The park features cave tours every day of the week. They are categorized into varying levels of difficulty, and duration and prices vary. You must schedule in advance during the summer season.

There are three different campgrounds within the park for tents, RVs and Equestrain and are all pretty affordable.

There are many hiking trails located within the park. You can also go out on the river, go horseback riding and enjoy many other activities in the park.
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  • Posted by LightFoot on February 1, 2012


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