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Mammoth Cave National Park Cave Tours and Green River Ferry Will Remain Closed on Monday March 6

A large fallen tree rests on the ground in front of a stone building.
Several trees and branches fell around the visitor center in Mammoth Cave National Park.

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News Release Date: March 5, 2023

Contact: Molly Schroer, 270-758-2192

The Mammoth Cave National Park Visitor Center, cave tours, Green River Ferry, Mammoth Cave Campground, and all secondary roads will remain closed on Monday, March 6 due to a lack of power and internet service. Staff have been working with Kentucky Utilities (KU) to restore power as quickly as possible.

Mammoth Cave Parkway, Cave City Road, Brownsville Road, and Green River Ferry Road have been cleared of downed trees and are open, but the Green River Ferry will be closed for the day. Park trails are open but have not been fully surveyed for fallen or hazardous trees. Trail users are advised to use caution if hiking, biking, or riding a horse on park trails.  

For the most up to date information about the status of park roads visit us on our website,, or follow us on Twitter @MCNPRoadsFerry.

Last updated: March 5, 2023

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Mammoth Cave, KY 42259-0007


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