Cave Country Area Information

The nonprofit American Cave Conservation Association (ACCA) operates Hidden River Cave and the American Cave Museum as part of our educational initiative to support the protection of caves, karstlands, and groundwater resources.

Welcome to Kentucky Cave Country!

Below you’ll find Kentucky cave country area information links to help you plan your adventure that highlight attractions, lodging and dining. We have an amazing variety of activities to offer above and below ground.

We look forward to welcoming you to our cave country and to Hidden River Cave and the American Cave Museum!

Horse Cave Cell Phone Tour
The City of Horse Cave also has a wonderful compliment to your visit – our Above and Below Ground Cell Phone Tours. These tours are oral histories about the rich heritage of Horse Cave. The website features historic photos, stories and traditions. www.https://horsecavestories.com

You might also want to visit the City of Horse Cave’s website. They have some wonderful historic photos and information about Hidden River Cave as well as the city: www.horsecaveky.com

Hart County Tourism
The Horse Cave/Hart County Tourist Commission operates tourist information centers in the state rest areas. Their website also provides a wealth of information on places to stay, eat, shop and area attractions. www.kygetaway.com
Cave Country Trails
Cave Country Trails has information on hiking, cycling, horseback riding and paddling. A must for those wanting to experience Kentucky’s outdoors! www.cavecountrytrails.com
Caveland Marketing Association
More area information highlighting cave adventures, things to do, places to stay and local events. www.mammothcavefun.com
Caves Lakes and Corvettes
Additional area information with links to the National Corvette Museum and Beach Bend Amusement Park & Splash Lagoon www.caveslakescorvettes.com
Mammoth Cave National Park
Mammoth Cave National Park is home to thousands of years of human history and a rich diversity of plant and animal life, earning it the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve. www.nps.gov/maca

You might also be interested in the Mammoth Cave Biosphere Region which encompasses 909,328 acres in six Kentucky counties (Barren, Warren, Butler, Edmonson, Hart and Metcalf).

Kentucky Tourism
Highlights Kentucky’s different regions with links to explore and experience bourbon, horses, music, food, outdoors and culture. www.kentuckytourism.com

Hidden River Cave & The American Cave Museum are operated by the American Cave Conservation Association,

A National 501 (c) 3 Nonprofit Organization.

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