Mammoth Cave National Park Photography Gallery

Waterfall at Cave Entrance
People Leaving Mammoth Cave
Waterfall Pouring Into Light
Waterfall Along Historic Tour
Person at End of Cave Corridor
Cave Passageway with Wavy Ceilings
Tour Group Listening to Park Ranger
Cave Passageway with Eroded Ceilings
Tour Group in Cave Amphitheater
People Walking Through Rocky Crack
Tour Group Around Collapsed Rocks
Group in Cave Corridor
Walkways in Cave Corridor
Tour Group Around Mining Remnants
People Around Obsolete Mining Gear
Group Admiring Mining Remnants
Winding Cave Corridor
Group Walking Through Cave Corridor
Cave Ceiling Detail Above Walkway
Cave Mining Equipment
Mining Equipment Along Cave Tour
Tour Group in Cave Chamber
Waterfall at Historic Entrance
Tour Group Entering Cave

Mammoth Cave National Park Information

Mammoth Cave was designated a national park in 1941, and is the world's largest known cave complex. Comprised of limestone, the cave is still being explored with no end in sight. The park boasts a number of tours to explore the cave's depths and remarkable features, while also containing a number of above-ground activities and hiking trails. Mammoth Cave was also the site of a number of mining operations during the Civil War prior to its protection.

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