• The Historic Entrance of Mammoth Cave

    Mammoth Cave

    National Park Kentucky

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Lodging

Mammoth Cave Hotel entrance
 

Mammoth Cave Hotel provides comfortable year-round accommodations and convenient access to the Historic Entrance to the world-famous Mammoth Cave and the park Visitor Center. The hotel and its other facilities are operated by Forever Resorts, Inc., a licensed concessioner to the National Park Service.

Daily operating hours:
Front Desk: Open 24 hours
Travertine Restaurant: 7:00am-7:30pm

For lodging reservations call: 877-386-4383 or go to the Mammoth Cave Hotel/Forever Resorts website.

 
Heritage Trail Rooms overlooking forested boardwalk

Mammoth Cave Hotel - Heritage Trail Rooms

Relax in one of the Hotel's 42 Heritage Trail Rooms, where you can enjoy the scenic views of the park's Heritage Trail from your balcony window. These comfortable guest rooms are adjacent to the valley leading to the Historic Entrance to Mammoth Cave, across the footbridge from the Visitor Center, and in the same complex as the dining facilities and gift shops.

 
Sunset Terrace Rooms

Sunset Terrace Rooms

The 20 Sunset Terrace Rooms are located in a picturesque setting at the forest's edge, and next to a trailhead for the Heritage Trail that leads to the Sunset Point Overlook.

 
Mammoth Cave Hotel Cottages
Hotel Cottages

The 10 Historic Hotel Cottages are nestled near the forest, adjacent to the park's Outdoor Amphitheater and historic Engine No. 4. The Mammoth Cave Campground, Caver's Camp Store, and the Mammoth Cave Hotel are all within a short walking distance. Available seasonally.

 
Mammoth Cave Woodland Cottages
Woodland Cottages

The 20 Woodland Cottages are situated in a grove of trees a short distance from the park Visitor Center, across the footbridge from the Mammoth Cave Hotel. Open seasonally, these rustic cottages offer basic accommodations in one to four bedrooms.

 

Lodging Outside the Park

The local area around the park offers hotels, motels, Bed-and-Breakfasts, Cabins, and Campgrounds. For lodging nearby the park, call (800)346-8908 or click here for information on accommodations in the Cave City area.

Did You Know?

Grease-oil lamp

The grease-oil lamp was used to illuminate Mammoth Cave for more than a century. Designed after New England whale-oil lanterns, these lamps used cooking grease to light the way.