Have you ever visited Mammoth Cave with your family? This fantastic national park in central Kentucky is a beautiful and memorable place to take a camping trip. Your entire family will love taking an RV camping trip to Mammoth Cave National Park. Check out some of the great things to see and do while you’re there!
About the Park
Mammoth Cave is the longest known cave system in the entire world – more than 400 miles! The park includes 53,000 acres of forested land. Whether you’re above ground exploring almost 70 miles of nature trails, or spelunking below and enjoying almost 12 miles of caving trails, Mammoth Cave National Park is a great camping destination you’ll want to return to again and again.
As national parks begin to reopen, following federal guidelines, you’ll want to keep an eye on their available activities. You can enjoy a variety of cave trails at Mammoth Cave, which range from quarter mile distances and easy terrain to three-miles cave trails which are more moderate to difficult. There are even some cave trails that are accessible, so everyone in your family can enjoy this beautiful natural phenomenon.
Caving tours run seasonally and reservations are not required, but strongly recommended. Browse the different cave tours and find the best fit for your family’s interest, skill level, and schedule here.
RV Camping at Mammoth Cave
Mammoth Cave National Park offers several campgrounds with RV campsite options. Take a look those campgrounds here. Remember, even if things are still closed in the coming days, national parks are working to reopen, and you’ll want to be ready to make a reservation as soon as possible. Now is a great time to take a look at your RV campsite options at Mammoth Cave and get an idea of where you want to stay in your new or used RV!
We know you and your family are probably itching to be able to enjoy traveling again, and Mammoth Cave is a great camping destination in Kentucky. Need some RV service or repair before you hit the road? We can help. Contact us today!