Plan your visit to
Kentucky National Parks
The dray to Kentucky national parks is the ability to camp throughout the year with minimal disruption from the weather and the ability to enjoy the activities on the surface of the parks, but also beneath within one of the largest pockets of caverns to be found anywhere in the United States.
Mammoth Caves is the primary national park within the state and it is one of the most epic excursions you will ever be able to take. The park offers visitors the chance to see the Mammoth Caves in its pristine condition. Apart from the railings and pathways that have been installed to make tours available for all people regardless of their physical abilities, the cave has been kept in its untouched state. Kentucky national parks are rich with tradition and preserving of the ancestral way of life, so you can rest assured that you will enjoy your trip to these parks thoroughly.
Weather throughout Kentucky can be a little tricky. Summer time brings about strong storms, but these storms often do not last longer than an hour and then it is back to exploring the parks. During winter, Kentucky national parks are often covered by a blanket of snow, but unlike many of the extreme northern states, you will not be blanketed by an unbelievable amount of snow. The caves however within the parks, are a true oasis whether the weather is cold or hot. The average temperatures within the deepest part of the caves is a cook 56 degrees so they can be a welcome escape from heat in the summer and frigid cold in the winter