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Caves, Lakes & Corvettes

If you're looking for adventure, there's no better place to find it than Kentucky's Caves, Lakes & Corvettes region, where you can experience some of the most magnificent natural attractions and full-throttle adventures in the Bluegrass State. 

In 2021 Kentucky’s Caves, Lakes and Corvettes Region is joining the world to celebrate the International Year of Caves & Karst. Cave-related landscapes exist all over the planet but we’re convinced that Kentucky has the best. Here are a few reasons:

1 - Mammoth Cave National Park is the longest cave system in world with amazing rivers and almost 53,000 acres of above ground activities as well. 

2 - We also have beautiful “show caves” with a wide variety of features and formations. The stalactite and stalagmite formations at Onyx Cave, Mammoth Onyx Cave, Crystal Onyx Cave, Diamond Caverns, and Outlaw Cave are spectacular.

3 - Our caves come with some pretty nifty man-made upgrades to enhance your enjoyment of nature - like boat rides in Lost River Cave and the world’s longest underground suspension bridge in Hidden River Cave/American Cave Museum.

4 – There’s so much more to do in our region!  

More Things to Do in the Caves, Lakes & Corvettes Region

For an equally breathtaking experience, rev things up at the National Corvette Museum and GM Corvette Assembly Plant in Bowling Green – the one and only place in the world where "America's Sports Car" is manufactured. You can even satisfy your need for speed on an adrenaline-racing test drive at NCM Motorsports Park. Other high-octane adventures in this region include ziplining and rappelling, kayaking, and riding the roller coasters at