United States Kentucky

Mammoth Cave National Park

An extensive subterranean labyrinth located in Kentucky, renowned for its vast network of caves and underground passages.

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Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky is a must-visit World Heritage Site in North America. It is home to the world's longest known cave system, with over 400 miles of chambers and passageways. Visitors can explore the underground world of Mammoth Cave on guided tours and see spectacular formations like towering stalagmites, delicate calcite formations, and sparkling cave pools. This park also has exceptional hiking trails and scenic drives, making it a perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

seeker 6 months ago

We went up high at Mount Rainier National Park to escape the heat, but now it’s time to go low. 105 feet below the ground, to be exact. Mammoth Cave National Park is home to over 400 miles of cool, dark passageways, perfect for escaping the hot Kentucky sun.

jrfrancis 2 years ago

What was once used as a burial ground and tuberculosis hospital is now a creepy Kentucky cave at Mammoth Cave National Park where people have reported hearing coughing. others say they have seen the ghost of cave guide and slave Stephen Bishop, who was buried nearby.

laurenmack 2 years ago

Mammoth cave is made up of massive underground cave formations, rolling hillsides, and river valleys. These caves host thousands of years of human history, unique biodiversity, and are considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

seeker 2 years ago

I did the Domes and Dripstones tour but will try one of the lantern ones next time (recommended by a ranger).

harborsandhavens 1 year ago

Caving, hiking, camping, biking

lwithrow 3 years ago


way2goodlife 1 year ago

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