Mammoth Cave National Park
Mammoth Cave National ParkMammoth Cave National Park has the world's most extensive system of underground passageways. The landscape is multi-leveled cave full of pits and domes, rivers and diverse collection of animals adapted to life in the cave. Over 335 miles of passageways have been found to date - but the end has not been reached. The Park is under the jurisdiction of our National Park Service of the Department of Interior and is one of our most treasured natural phenomenals.
History of Mammoth CaveThrough the years the Mammoth Cave has served many purposes in our civilization's history. Native Americans used the Mammoth Cave some 4,000
Water has been eating at at the limestone for millions of years, carving out the passageways. The lower passages are still being enlarged by the flowing waters of Echo River and the upper
Mammoth Cave National Park GroundsThe contrasting aboveground world of the park includes forests of oak and hickory,
Green River in Mammoth Cave National ParkThe Miss Green River II offers scenic boat cruises along the Green River. Canoe rentals are available for Canoeists to navigate down the Green and Nolin rivers. Fishing, horseback riding and nature trails are all
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