Mammoth Cave National Park, KentuckyLearn More
If you’ve ever dreamt of exploring the planet’s longest-known cave system, then pack your bags and head to Kentucky. Situated in the middle of the Bluegrass State, the Mammoth Cave National Park was first established in 1941, recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1981, and became an international Biosphere Reserve in 1990. The Green River runs through the 52,830-acre park, which is marked by brilliant rolling hills, plunging valleys, and, of course, an expansive network of limestone and sandstone caves. Visitors can join in on a ranger-led cave tour, but try to make a reservation in advance, as they tend to sell out quickly. Anyone who prefers to spend their time above ground can explore the park by kayak or canoe; trek along 80 miles of nature trails; or kick back at one of the park’s 13 campsites.
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