Mammoth Cave National Park World Heritage SiteBiosphere Reserve

U.S. national park in Kentucky

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A national park ranger guiding tourists through Mammoth Cave.

Mammoth Cave National Park is a United States National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Kentucky's Caves and Lakes region. It preserves the world's longest known cave system, with over 392 mi (631 km) of caves. The park was established in 1941 and draws nearly two million visitors annually.


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  • Mammoth Cave National Park

    National park and cave in Kentucky, USA

  • Colossal Cavern
  • Martin Ridge Cave System

    Cave system in the United States

  • Great Onyx Cave
  • Cedar Spring, Kentucky
  • Pig, Kentucky

    Unincorporated community in Kentucky, United States

  • Good Spring Baptist Church and Cemetery

    United States historic place

  • Joppa Baptist Church and Cemetery

    United States historic place

  • Mammoth Cave Baptist Church and Cemetery

    United States historic place

  • Bee, Kentucky

    Unincorporated community in Kentucky, United States


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Mammoth Cave National Park

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