Horse Cave KOA

Horse Cave, Kentucky

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If you've ever been intrigued by the subterranean world, plan a stay at Horse Cave KOA. It lies in the heart of one of the most significant cave regions on the planet. Beneath the area's rumpled hills, eons of dripping and flowing waters have worn through the limestone bedrock, creating a maze of underground rooms, rivers and sinkholes. Nearby Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the world's largest known cave system. Sign on for a tour for an introduction to this geological wonder. If you're up for adventure, try the belly-crawling six-hour Wild Cave Tour. Cleanup is easy at KOA, where you'll find hot showers and laundry facilities. Camping Cabins, shady Pull-Thru RV Sites, a swimming pool, mini golf and a playground for kids make this a relaxing base. In fall, the trees reward you with glorious color. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 70 feet. Your hosts: the Gedda family.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Hike the River Styx Spring Trail

    Starting from the Mammoth Cave Visitor's Center, take the "Historic Entrance" trail that descends down the hill between the Visitor's Center and the Mammoth Cave Hotel. After 0.2 miles you will reach the historic entrance of Mammoth Cave on your r...

    1.2 miles 250 ft gain

  • Tour the Diamond Caverns

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  • Hike to Sunset Point

    This small hike is inside of the Mammoth Cave National Park is well know and provides a great place for small kids and is handicap accessible. The pathway itself is a flat boardwalk and is only about .3 of a mile. It features beautiful views of th...

    0.3 miles 0 ft gain