Miles of Beauty to explore

Mammoth Cave National Park

Here, there is more to discover than just the miles of beauty underground. Trails, campsites and cabins enhanced by an array of flora and fauna, scenic valleys, old growth forests, mossy rocks and cave entrances, remnants of old homesteads, springs and even waterfalls. The Green River provides optional fishing or traveling by water. Plus, a favorite of kids: The Green River Ferry. The Visitor Center has friendly guides, an interactive educational display and is home to The Lodge at Mammoth Cave where you can shop gift shops, dine at the elegant homestyle restaurant, enjoy locally crafted ice cream, and so much more. Mammoth Cave National Park is beautiful in all seasons, above ground and below.


If you feel as passionate about Mammoth Cave National Park as we do, make this the year you join Friends of Mammoth Cave National Park or make a lasting impact with a donation. Your generous contributions support the growth and preservation of this beautiful place for future generations. Thank you for being our Friend.

To learn more about Mammoth Cave's visitor opportunities, read about the park's history or to reserve a cave tour, visit the official Mammoth Cave National Park website or follow them on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.