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RV camping at Mammoth Cave National Park offers loads of fun for the family. Located in Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, a 30-minute drive from Bowling Green, this park features the world’s longest cave system with over 400 miles to explore.
Mammoth Cave National Park offers more than its vast cave system, though. Visitors can hike or go horseback riding along the trails that cut through the Green River Valley, or bring their boat for fun times on the water. Book an RV in Edmonson County and head over to Mammoth Cave National Park for a weekend getaway or a week-long adventure. This park is conveniently located only 90 minutes from Louisville, making it easy for motorhome campers to explore the big city for a day trip.
You’ll want to camp in your RV near Mammoth Cave National Park and spend several days exploring the caves that wind underneath the surface. Cave tours are available daily, and you can only go into the caves with a tour group or an experienced guide. The temperatures below ground in the caves stay at 54 degrees, so be sure to dress appropriately.
Many people choose to camp at Mammoth Cave National Park with their horses so they can explore the many trails throughout the park. Over 60 miles of trails are open for horseback riding north of the Green River. Commercially guided horseback trail rides are also available where you can bring your own horse and join in or rent a horse from the stable.
Take some time and have fun fishing and boating on the Green River and Nolin River. Many visitors bring their boats, kayaks, or canoes and playing on the water and exploring the sandbars and islands. Canoe and kayak rentals are also available at Mammoth Cave National Park. The currents are normally peaceful; however, they can become swift and dangerous during flooding.
Camping with an RV brings the convenience of home to Mammoth Cave National Park. Mammoth Cave Campground, located near the park’s visitors’ center, has sites that are open seasonally and include potable water, a picnic area, grill, and fire ring. Restroom facilities are available within walking distance of the campsites. Laundry facilities are provided in addition to a dump station for RVs. The maximum length for RVs at Mammoth Cave is 38 feet and 26 feet for trailers. Hookups aren’t available.
If the park’s campground is full or you prefer to camp near Mammoth Cave National Park, Singing Hills RV Park & Campgrounds in Cave City is centrally located so you can still visit all the local sites. At Singing Hills, you’re only two miles from Mammoth Cave National Park. Full hookups are available as well as restroom and shower facilities. Each campsite has a picnic table, grill, and fire ring.
Motorhome camping is also available at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone at Mammoth Cave. Full-hookup sites with 30 or 50-amp service are available. Bathhouses are located within walking distance of the campsites, and each site has a picnic table and fire ring. There are four comfort stations with showers. Additional amenities include potable water, Wi-Fi, and a coin-operated laundry. This kid-friendly park also offers fun activities, including jumping pillows, water slides, and mini golf.
After you’ve spent time at Mammoth Cave National Park, take a day and visit Dinosaur World Kentucky located in Cave City. You can participate in a fossil dig at the Bone Yard, walk among several life-sized dinosaur statues that appear very life-like, and visit the prehistoric museum and learn all about dinosaurs. Dinosaur World isn’t just a place for children to explore; adults will probably find this place just as fascinating!
Camp in an RV near Mammoth Cave National Park and take a short drive over to Horse Cave, Kentucky and visit the Hidden River Cave and American Cave Museum. The Hidden River Cave has two rivers that flow underground and once provided electricity to the town of Horse Cave. The power plant and cave have been well-preserved, and visitors can take a guided tour through the cave and power plant. Back above ground, be sure to check out the American Cave Museum to learn about the geology and archeology of the area.
While in Horse Cave, plan to visit the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo. This is a unique zoo that features animals from Australia such as dingoes, emus, kookaburras, and of course, kangaroos. Visitors can also see animals native to North America, such as foxes and bison. There’s also a small collection of exotic birds. The entrance to Onyx Cave is inside the zoo, and cave tours are available.