Kentucky's Mammoth Cave, The World's Largest Underground Cavern, Just Got A Little Longer
By Sarah McCosham|Published October 19, 2021
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Mammoth Cave is the superlative superstar of the Bluegrass, earning the state world-wide acclaim and attention. The cavern system features some 400 miles of underground caverns and passageways, with more miles being added all the time. In fact, Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave just got a little longer, following the discovery of an additional eight miles of passages by the Cave Research Foundation.
Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave truly is one of our state’s finest crown jewels, and its grandeur never ceases to amaze. Definitely plan a visit to this bucket-list-worthy attraction soon; and be sure to explore the park’s above-ground features while you’re there, too!
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