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Mammoth Cave Campground
There are no hookups for electricity or water. The camping fee is $17 per night per site and $8.50 for visitors with Golden Age/Golden Access passports and America The Beautiful Senior/Access Passports. No Refunds. Reservations are recommended during peak season (May 15-September 15). NOTE: First-come, first-served camping is available at Mammoth Cave Campground at all times that the campground is open. Mammoth Cave Campground is open from March 1 through November 30. Check-in time is 12 noon, and check-out time is 11am. A maximum of 8 persons is permitted at each site, and campers may stay a maximum of 14 days in a calendar year. Showers, operated by the park concessioner, are open daily March 1-November 30, 6am-10pm, $2/10min. Showers are located behind the Service Center adjacent to the campground. Emergency phone numbers, and announcements regarding park activities, are posted at the bulletin board at the campground entrance.
Mammoth Cave Campground also offers 4 sites to accommodate groups, with limit of 16 campers per site. Each site has paved parking, picnic tables, and a fire ring. $20/night/site. No discount offered on group camping. Check-in time is 12 noon, and check-out time is 11am. No refunds. Reservations are recommended during peak season (May 15 through September 14). During non-peak season, you may call the campground at 270-758-2424.
Did You Know?
Mammoth Cave is the world's longest known cave, with more than 400 miles of interconnected passages—so long that if the second and third longest caves in the world were joined together, Mammoth Cave would still be the planet's longest cave and have more than 100 miles left over!