Mammoth Cave National Park

Park offers lots to do above and below ground

June 26, 2009, 7:28 am
Each year, Mammoth Cave National Park offers hands-on, accessible and free activities tailored to every age, but only about a half-million people come to enjoy them. (By comparison, nearly 5 million visit the Grand Canyon.) And though it’s famous for its 365 miles of caverns and passageways — the ...

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Mammoth Cave Getting in the Spirit of Fee Free Weekends

June 18, 2009, 9:19 am
    With the Fee Free Weekends taking place Mammoth Cave did not want to be left out of the loop. Since entrance is already free, Mammoth Cave National Park looked for another way to attract visitors during the Fee Free Weekends, which are June 20-21, July 18-19 and August ...

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Cathedral Domes

Towering beauties reward the hardy ...

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The Big Woods

A glimpse of the uncut forest of Old ...

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Turnhole Bend

The "turnhole", once used by riverboat pilots to turn around in the narrow ...

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Cave Island

Another world between the banks of Green ...

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Good Springs Church

A silent sanctuary that echoes memories of a past ...

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Sand Cave

The storied "lonely sandstone cave" where Floyd Collins met his ...

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Frozen Niagara

Mammoth's most famous ...

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Houchin Ferry Campground

This campground includes 12 sites. Each site has a picnic table and a fire grate. The campground has two chemical toilets, fresh water, and an adjacent picnic shelter. This campground is not suitable for large trailers or RVs. The camping fee is $12 per night per site and $6 for ...

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