In September of 1867 John Muir, now considered the Father of the National Park Service, set out on a 1000 mile walk to the Gulf of Mexico. This route, which began in Indianapolis, was the first of many explorations by Muir. His curiosity took him over much of the United States, discovering the importance of […]
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The trail highlights all the adventures between two national parks that are 40 miles apart. You can experience it coming or going, it’s totally cool no matter which way you begin.
To live in Hart County, means you’ve probably floated the Green River. Some paddle it once and talk about it for the rest of their days. A few of our locals have enjoyed a handful of days on the river in their lifetime. But MOST Hart Countians find themselves returning to the Green again and […]
Hiking is making a comeback, and we are fortunate to live in a place that offers a variety of trails to enjoy. At Cave Country Trails, we’re all about getting people on the trails in our region, so here’s some things we want you to know. Mammoth Cave National Park has nearly 84 miles […]
Don’t take our word for it, check out what our friend J.C. Phelps has had to say about his time in Hart County. Blog: The Perfect Itinerary For A Visit To Hart County Blog: From Abe to Cave: A Kentucky Trail For The Perfect Day Trip Blog: Dennison’s Roadside Market in Horse Cave, Kentucky Blog: […]
At a theatre performance in Horse Cave some years back, I found myself seated near a woman “wearing” a small kangaroo in a body-hugging sling. The kangaroo, of course, was from Kentucky Down Under was being socialized for the kind of human contact she’d eventually experience as one of KDU’s many animal ambassadors. Soon thereafter, I […]