Amp up your next camping trip by bringing your doggo to a state park full of wonder! Mammoth Cave Campground in Mammoth Cave State Park lets visitors stay right next to the longest cave system in the entire world! Ogle at the sand and limestone caverns, or keep things above ground and take to the park's beautiful forests. Either way, lots of adventure awaits you here.
There are 109 campsites for you to choose from at the campground, though just two of them offer any kind of hookups. Many of the sites are only suitable for tents or small trailers, so it is best to call and check with staff before you reserve a site for a larger RV. For those in a wheelchair, two campsites here are fully accessible, along with the restroom, walkways, and grills. Don't worry about packing water, as there are faucets on the facility and a dump station is provided on-site. Rates to stay at this park are $20 per night for a basic site and $50 for one of the VIP RV sites that include hookups.
While you're not diving deep into the Mammoth Caves, be sure to check out the Green River. Bring along your kayak for some river fun or rent one at one of the shops located right outside the park. If you prefer staying on dry land, grab your pupper and head out for a trek on one of the many trails that wind through the woods, like Cedar Sink Trail -- where you both will get your daily workout from climbing up multiple staircases as you explore the steep terrain.
While your canine compadre is welcome at the campground and throughout the forest, they are not permitted down in the caves. Throughout your stay, be sure to keep them on a standard leash and clean up any messes they leave behind them.
To explore a natural wonder of this continent, head to Mammoth Cave Campground!