Cave City Kentucky

Cave CityCave City Kentucky

Yet another area we had a hard time booking a park was the Cave City area.  The last one in the area I tried was Rock Cabin Campground in Cave City.  We made this stop after staying in London Kentucky.

This campground is unique, and a little difficult to find if you come from the direction we did.  There was no sign, just the map on my phone telling me to turn.  Then the office has no sign on it, and you just see a few scattered RVs behind it.  No site numbers.  I recognized the rock cabins from the website, that and the GSP were our only signs we might be in the right place.

However, once I called and found out where the office was, the owner, a very nice man, came out and showed us where to park.  It was nice and quiet and we enjoyed our stay.  I did forget to take photos, however.

The Cave City area is known for the many caves in the area.  Below the surface lie hundreds of miles of shallow caves and there are a lot of locations to tour these caves.  The rolling hills of Kentucky are beautiful- we took a drive through the nearby towns.

Cave City, Kentucky is a small town located in the heart of the state. The town is home to Mammoth Cave National Park, one of the largest cave systems in the world. Visitors can explore more than 400 miles of caves at the park, including Mammoth Cave, Frozen Niagara, and Grand Avenue. There are also a number of other attractions in Cave City, including the American Crystal Sugar Factory and the Dinosaur World theme park. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in the area, including hiking, fishing, and camping.

Next stop – Van Buren, Missouri