Outdoor Adventure

Listen! Can you hear it?
It’s nature calling you to come out and play!

• It’s the laugh of a kookaburra from the animal park at Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo.
• It’s the rushing subterranean river at Hidden River Cave.
• It’s the showering waterfalls at 300 Springs on the canoe trail along Green River at Big Buffalo Crossing Canoe and Kayak.
• It’s the whoosh of the ziplines along the treetop canopy bordering Mammoth Cave National Park at Adventures of Mammoth Cave.
• It’s the echo of footsteps on the limestone trails of Mammoth Onyx Cave.

It’s nature calling your name. Will you answer?

  • Mammoth Cave National Park

    Located in Hart, Barren and Edmonson counties, Mammoth Cave National Park is one of Kentucky’s “There’s Only One” attractions.

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  • Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo

    Phone: 270-786-1010
    Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo Website
    Location: 3700 L&N Turnpike – I-65, Exit 58, Horse Cave, KY 42749

    Visit one of Kentucky’s most unique family-friendly adventure parks where you can have interactive encounters with animals from Australia, Kentucky and around the world. Pet a kangaroo.

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  • Hidden River Cave Rappel

    Phone: 270-786-1466
    Hidden River Cave Website
    Address: 119 East Main Street, Horse Cave KY 42749

    Zipline across one of the most spectacular cave entrances in all of Kentucky, located right in downtown Horse Cave! Watch that first step it is a doozie but it’s a rush!

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  • Maple Avenue Park

    The Maple Avenue Park is a beautiful green space in downtown Horse Cave behind the historic Thomas House and adjacent to Hidden River Cave. Dotted with benches, picnic tables and trees, a 1/3 mile walking trail circles the park. A pattern on the trail marks the pathway of Hidden River Cave below ground.

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  • Big Buffalo Crossing Canoe & Kayak

    Plan your adventure and lazy river canoe and kayak trips at Big Buffalo Crossing Canoe & Kayak, located on the banks of Green River, one of the world’s most biologically diverse rivers.

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  • Green River Park & Arboretum

    Green River Park & Arboretum is located on the banks of the beautiful Green River in historic Downtown Munfordville. Primitive camping is allowed, call City Hall to let them know you will be camping.

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  • Kentucky Stonehenge

    This bit of ancient society is a (not-to-scale) replica of the English landmark created by a Munfordville resident who used native rocks. Free.

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  • Adventures of Mammoth Cave

    Breeze along the treetops at the edge of Mammoth Cave National Park at Kentucky’s first canopy zip line tour. Adventures of Mammoth Cave offers 2 separate courses that travel across 7 zip lines, spanning over 60 acres of rolling-high-ridged hills.

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  • Lynn Camp Launch

    Lynn Camp Launch’s primary float will be from the mouth of Lynn Camp to Rio, seeing the beautiful 300 Springs waterfall (approximately 12 miles-6 hours). Other floats may be available upon request.

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  • Dutch Country Safari Park

    Come feed the animals, drive thru the safari park, hang out in the petting zoo, ride the train and more!

    Open Monday – Saturday, 9am to 4pm. Closed on Sundays.

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