With its location right on the banks of Green River, how could Munfordville not be one of the most popular paddling towns in Kentucky? The majestic river flows downstream from town through the heart of Mammoth Cave National Park, while upstream takes paddlers and explorers past waterfalls. Boat rentals are available from local outfitters, and the Green River Park & Arboretum is home to beautifully constructed
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The town of Brownsville is located right on the edge of Mammoth Cave National Park and in between the Nolin & Green Rivers. Paddling on both of these rivers offers spectacular views and some of the most biodiverse waters in the nation. Mammoth Cave's backcountry. miles of equine and hiking trails are Brownsville's backyard.
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The town of Horse Cave is centered over Hidden River Cave, whose entrance – and largest natural opening – is located right on Main Street. You can take a mild or wild cave tour, check out the world’s longest underground suspension bridge, zip line across the mouth of the cave or rappel down its limestone face. Nearby Cave City is the gateway to Mammoth Cave National Park and a host of outdoor adventures as well.
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