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Maple Springs Group Campground

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Maple Springs Group Campground

Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

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Maple Springs Group Campground, within Mammoth Cave National Park, accommodates campers with horses and groups up to 24 people. Fees are charged for camping and cave tours. Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the world's longest cave, 31 miles of scenic river valleys, and hilly country typical of south central Kentucky. Activities include cave tours, camping, picnicking, hiking, biking, horseback riding and canoeing. Camping sites at Maple Springs that accomodate horses are limited to 8 horses per site.

Features
  • - Central Water
  • - Electrical Hookups
  • - Number of Sites: 7
  • - Number of Transient Sites: 7
  • - Pets Accepted
  • - Primitive Camping
  • - Reservations Required
  • - Restrooms
  • - Tents Welcome
Credit Cards Accepted
  • - American Express
  • - Discover
  • - MasterCard
  • - Visa
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Six miles from MCNP Visitor Center
PO Box 7 Mammoth Cave, KY 42259

Region: Caves, Lakes & Corvettes
Phone: 270-758-2424
Alt Phone: 270-758-2424
Toll Free US: 877-444-6777
Website: www.nps.gov/maca/pla...

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