304 Duke St, Cave City, KY 42127
http://www.WesBerryLiving.com Wes tackles the Alpine Slide and loses some skin at one of Mammoth Cave's favorite family fun parks.
A recent T@B adventure took us to Mammoth Cave National Park. We stayed at Singing Hills RV Park just outside the park entrance. The owners, Eldon and Beth Brown could not have been any nicer or friendlier. They were great. I greatly enjoyed conversations throughout the day with Eldon as I walked around shooting video. The park is fairly small but Eldon and Beth have a keen interest in keeping it beautiful. Our stay was peacefull and quiet with a pull through site with full hook-ups. They are a Passport America park so the price was very attractive also. The restrooms were very clean and well kept. I didn't catch any of the bluegill that teased me in the pond, but I did enjoy my cave tour that afternoon.
Thank you for your support https://www.paypal.me/roadnomad http://patreon.com/travelingrobert We arrive at the state of Kentucky, and visit Mammoth Cave National Park. We take the tow-hour long Domes and Dripstones tour, which takes us through the so-called "new entrance" to the cave. Then we continue on our journey towards Louisville, passing by Hodgenville, the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln but we don't actually visit the historical site. Instead, we stumble upon one of Abe's boyhood homes. We then continue towards Loretto, where the Maker's Mark distillery is located. Follow me on social media facebook.com/travelingrobert twitter.com/travelingrobert instagram.com/travelingrobert
Funtown Mountain is an abandoned road side attraction in Cave City Kentucky. The roadside attraction began life in 1969 as the Western-themed Guntown Mountain. It was purchased last May by Louisville businessman Will Russell, who turned it into Funtown Mountain, a Kentucky-themed park that would have hosted concerts, a museum, haunted hotel and gift shop. The theme park was abruptly shutdown in 2015 after only being open for a few short months due to code violations and reportedly the owner going crazy after stopping his bipolar medication. The site remains to this day as an abandoned theme park.
Promotional presentaion of Cave City area. The gateway to Mammoth Cave National Park. An overview of some of what you can do in Cave City. Does not include our surrounding communities. Better plan to stay a month or more to take it all in...
Near Mammoth Cave National Park in Cave City Kentucky is Wigwam Village 2. We stayed there twice and Holbrook once.
Alpine Slide @ Jesse James Action Park
Come explore all the great things to do at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in Cave City, KY
A slideshow from our visit to Dino World. June 2012 Located on Interstate 65, Exit 53 in Cave City, Kentucky. http://www.dinosaurworld.com Along the way to our trip to Memphis,TN (for my brother's wedding) we seen a giant T-Rex popping out of the tree line and we knew we wanted to stop on the way back to see Dino World, here's a slideshow from our visit. I put Jurassic Park music to it for funzies. Enjoy. Pretty neat although some of the Dinosaurs are a bit outdated, it was a nice walk and I had fun with my Sweetie. =)