10 Things To Do In Mammoth Cave Park 

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Bike and Hike Trail – This gravel trail is approximately nine miles long and has historic sites to stop and enjoy along the way.

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Town of Horse Cave – Located about 15minutes east of the park, this town has its own history, with Hidden River Cave located in the center of its town.

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A historical audio tour – each stop features an "underground" and an "aboveground" story.

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Go Kayaking – Inside the park, the Green River and Nolin River can be navigated by canoe or kayak.

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A National Park Cave Tour – This one may be a little daunting, but if you've never been to Mammoth Cave before, this tour should definitely be on your list.

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Visit Kentucky Down Under – Kentucky Down Under, an "adventure zoo" features outdoor animals like kangaroos and dingoes and a petting zoo.

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Stay late to look at the stars – After several years of redesigning their outdoor lighting conditions, Mammoth Cave was recognized as an International Dark Sky Park.

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Go Zip Lining – Adventures of Mammoth Cave offers a zip line canopy tour and an aerial challenge course, among other activities available seasonally.

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Visit Local Shops + Restaurants – Let's get this fact out: the area around Mammoth Cave isn't really filled with a lot of food spots.

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A non-park cave – the aforementioned Hidden River Cave in Horse Cave town is a good place to start.

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