Please follow all CDC safety guidelines during your visit to Park City Ky Cave Country
No matter what time of year you travel, the Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike & Hike Trail offers outdoor adventure for you and your family. From seasonal wildflowers to wildlife watching, there is so much to explore on our trails.
The ruins at Bell's tavern tell a unique story of travelers long ago. The original Tavern burned and new construction of the tavern was interrupted by the Civil War. The Tavern was never reconstructed, come explore the ruins of Bell's Tavern.
Historic cemetery located beside the Bell's Tavern Ruins (Hwy 255). This Family cemetery contains headstones dating back to 1843, when travelers came for Cave Adventure. Come explore some of the family names listed; Bell, Easton, Gardner, Peddicord, Proctor, Whitney and Morgan.
Our City Park features gazebos sprinkled along our walking trails. A bicycle repair station and bike racks were added for travelers, the park is the Official Trailhead for the Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike & Hike Trail. Children's playgrounds & Pavilion are not currently open due to the Health Crisis.
Park City Community Veteran's Memorial is located at 24122 Louisville Rd (31W) in Park City. Dedicated on Memorial Day May 30th, 2004 this Memorial honors Veterans who served in all branches of the Military. The site includes a wall of honor with names of local veterans who served etched upon each brick, a flag, a plaque and a sitting area with two benches.
Diamond Caverns, located at 1900 Mammoth Cave Parkway in Park City, KY 42160.
Diamond Caverns RV Resort & Golf, located at
1878 Mammoth Cave Pkwy. Park City, KY 42160.
The Travel Lodge and the Restaurant are under new ownership and is currently under renovation. Additional information will be added as it becomes available.
The Golf Course is under new ownership and is currently under renovation. Additional information for travelers will be added as it becomes available.
1900 Mammoth Cave Parkway
Park City, KY 42160
Hours of operation: in season, 9am-4pm cst, winter 10am - 4pm cst every day for Cave Tour Adventure.
We have unique collections of Gems & Rocks at our Gift Shoppe, and offer outdoor sluicing for gem and mineral mining and exploration.
*Masks are required for entry into the gift shop and to take the cave tour.
*First come first served
*Tours limited to 20, availability not guaranteed.
Diamond Caverns was discovered in 1859, electric lights were first installed in in 1917. Of course all of the lighting has been updated with state-of-the-art lighting. The cave remains a comfortable 58 degrees year-round. To learn more about the history and science of Diamond Caverns, click or tap to visit their website.
Diamond Caverns RV Resort & Golf caters to families vacationing in Southern Kentucky. We offer an 18-hole golf course and a unique family, community atmosphere. Thousand Trails Diamond Caverns RV Resort, offers 743 acres of year-round camping adventure. The Camping area offers full hook-up sites, water and electric. The resort is located at the gateway to Mammoth Cave National Park where walking, hiking, biking, paddling and equestrian trails are abundant.
Mammoth Cave Ky area has an abundance of wildlife. In addition to wildlife viewing, driving near the park or traveling along the miles of trails in the park you may see prairie wildflowers and seasonal native grasses. Be aware, depending on what time of year you visit, you never know what type of wildlife you may see while exploring!
Mammoth Cave Visitor's Center is the hub of park activity, including Park & Cave Tour ticket purchase information. Gift shops with unique items, t-shirts and souvenirs are also located at the visitor's center.
The Lodge at Mammoth Cave offers lodging, a cafe and a restaurant. The Lodge is located directly next to the visitor center, and features a mix of modern hotel rooms as well as historic cottages nestled in a woodland setting. The Lodge is within walking distance to park trails.
The Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike & Hike Trailhead is located in Park City. Mammoth Cave National Park offers walking, hiking, biking, paddling and equestrian Trails. Come experience your outdoor adventure, your way. Trail maps and information are available at the Mammoth Cave Visitor's Center.
If you enjoy bird-watching, bring your binoculars when you visit southern Kentucky's Mammoth Cave Area. Depending on the season, you may be able to fulfill your birding bucket list. Our area boasts bucket list-worthy bird watching areas and has long been known as a birdwatchers paradise!
Cave City Tourist & Convention Commission
502 Mammoth Cave Street
Cave City, Kentucky 42127
Glasgow - Barren County Tourist Commission
118 East Public Square
Glasgow KY 42141
800-264-3161 / 270-651-3161
Edmonson County Tourism Commission
PO Box 628
Brownsville KY 42210
1-800-624-TOUR (8687) / 270-597-2222
Horse Cave/ Hart County Tourist Commission
PO Box 385
Horse Cave, KY 42749
Munfordville Tourism Commission
PO Box 304
Munfordville, KY 42765
Caveland Marketing Association - CMA
PO Box 249
Park City, KY 42160
Mammoth Cave Fun is a website created by Caveland Marketing Association (CMA) promoting Kentucky's Cave Country. The website shares additional travel info on area attractions, lodging, dining, and more, explore our beautiful Cave Area! The Cave Country Area of Barren, Edmonson & Hart Counties in Kentucky provide a unique and family oriented vacation destination.