Mammoth Cave Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mammoth Cave National Park
First stop Jellystone RV Park, Cave City, KY.
Not many campers in campground so where
do they put us, right next to another camper. Called office and they told we could move to any other site just let them know where we moved to.
Not a bad campground, kind of hilly but lots of room to move around.
Drove 383 miles today.
... to the interstate
The worst part of this trip is north of Indy when we leave the interstate and take Route 31. Last year it was under construction and this year it still is with bumpy roads and traffic lights at every intersection but we finally made it.
It’s been a great weekend with my family. We stomped around Lost River Caverns, went to the Farmers’ Market, to a t-ball game (can we talk about how entertaining t-ball games are?), and had a few cookouts. I don’t get to Kentucky nearly often enough, so it was wonderful to spend time with my sister and her husband and two of my nephews and their wives and their families.
... was a great sight (sorry, no pics). The rest of the trip was uneventful.
I pulled into my sister’s driveway as she was getting home from work. We caught up for a few minutes, then jumped in her car and drove over to watch my nephew’s son play football. Good times! No great action pics, though, because I left the long lens at the house. We ended the day with a late dinner at a local Mexican place with my sister and b-i-l. Another great ...
... year old sea and the sandstone and shale remains of a 280 million year old river delta (NPS poster). Ancient underground rivers carved away the rock leaving winding paths and huge caverns.
We camped in the Mammoth cave camp ground. A beautiful location just down the road from the visitor center. Down the hill from the visitor center is the entrance to the "Historic Cave". On the right of the trail down is a spring that ...