7 Caves In Kentucky That Are Like Entering Another World
By Jenn Shockley|Published June 14, 2015
I am somewhat a cliche'. I grew up running around barefoot on a farm in Kentucky.
I love writing, art, sunshine, all animals and my incredibly patient husband, who tolerates my "crazy animal lady" side.
Mammoth Cave is the longest connected cave system in the world, and Kentucky sits on top of it. Caves practically run from Bluegrass border to border. Being underground is like stepping into a whole different world. Each of these formations are unique in some way, be it size, shape, or consistency.
Here are 7 amazing caves in Kentucky that will make you believe you’re stepping into another world:
Each of these underground worlds may eventually link to another cave, but very few, if any, could be considered identical. The Kentucky cave systems were discovered and named at different times throughout our history. These unique formations all have a story to tell.
Have you ever visited any of these caves (or any other caves in Kentucky?) Tell us about them in the comments below!
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