The Mammoth Cave State Park is located along the Green River. The River has 82 species of fish and the cave system has over 300 passages, and even more that have never been explored. It is the world's largest cave system, which is amazing just thinking about it and how expansive it must be. Just imagine exploring all those cave passages. Be sure to pack well for your trip. Comfortable clothing and sturdy shoes are some things you will definitely want to pack. Make sure you are practicing good safety tips while you are exploring the caves. Taking the tour will alleviate any worries if you are an inexperienced explorer. Be sure to ask questions of the guide if you have any.
The cave area is separated into two areas the above ground and the below ground and you can explore both of them to see the full beauty of this National Park. You can explore one or both of the areas while you are visiting the park.
Besides visiting the Mammoth Cave area and taking a Cave tour, which by the way is an exciting adventure, there is also biking, boating and canoeing, too. You will also have the opportunity to bird watch, horseback ride, hike or go camping at the Mammoth Cave National Park. Fishing is also a nice pastime at this park, so be sure to bring your fishing line. Remember there are 82 different species of fish in the Greene River, so you are sure to see quite a few of them.
You will love the wonderful scenery, the exceptional terrain and enjoy all there is to do at the park and the Mammoth cave area. Take a picnic and plan to just relax for part of the time that you are there. It is a great place for relaxation as well as adventure, too.
To help plan your itinerary during your visit to the Mammoth Cave National Park we have listed out some contact information for you. You can contact the Mammoth Cave State Park at 270-758-2181. The address is Mammoth Cave National Park, P. O. Box 7, Mammoth Cave, KY 42259-0007. For Cave tour reservations you can call them at 1-800-967-2283. Be sure to contact them for more information so you can set up your itinerary to see the most of the Mammoth Cave State Park. Have them send you information before you leave on your trip and this will help you plan even better. Any brochures or information packets they have ask them to send to you. You can also look them up online and learn a lot more about the park that way, too. On their website there is all kinds of information about the park, what there is to do there, its history and a lot more. You should spend some getting to know the facts about the park before you get there.
We know you will enjoy all of your visit to the Mammoth Cave National Park. Many other people have loved it. You will too. Be sure to purchase some souvenirs of your trip so you can revisit the memories as often as you would like too.