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Cave Country Trails Launches New Interactive Website

Site to Help Visitors Plan Their Outdoor Adventures

MAMMOTH CAVE, KY (June 3, 2024)Cave Country Trails, a regional network of biking, hiking, water, caving and equestrian trails located in the Mammoth Cave/South Central Kentucky region recently launched a new website to help visitors plan their outdoor adventures. Cave Country Trails - Kentucky's Primary Trail Resource was developed by Makespace, a Louisville-based company. 

 “We’re thrilled to launch this new resource for visitors to the region. For nearly a year we’ve been researching, compiling and developing detailed trail information to put into a more accessible format for visitors,” said Rachelle Wright, Cave Country Trails project manager. “Our goal is to encourage more people to explore our trails, both locals and out-of-towners alike. The new website will help users get more and better trail information quickly and easily so they can plan their trip.”

 The cost to develop the site was an expense shared by nine area convention and visitors’ bureaus from funds they received from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). Bowling Green Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, Butler County Tourism, Cave City Tourism, Edmonson County Tourism, Franklin Simpson Tourism, Glasgow/Barren County Tourism, Horse Cave/Hart County Tourism, Munfordville Tourism, and Park City Tourism joined resources to develop the site which they hope will encourage visitors to spend time in the area.

 Kentucky’s Primary Trail Resource

Cave Country Trails - Kentucky's Primary Trail Resource provides detailed trail maps with trail descriptions including trail length, difficulty level and location of trailheads; trail types like hiking, biking, mountain biking, horseback riding, caving or paddling; and information on fees, accessibility and parking. There are 179 trails currently featured on the site.

 “Trail users in Kentucky are so fortunate to have such an extensive multiple use trail system. Whether you’re a hiker, biker, paddler, caver, or equestrian, there’s an option for you. These trails take you through some of the most beautiful woodlands and waterways our state has to offer and are accessible and enjoyable throughout the year,” said Jeff Bruce, Member Cave Country Trails Board and avid trail user.

 Exploring Kentucky Trail Towns

Kentucky trail towns located in Munfordville, Brownsville, Cave City/Horse Cave, Park City and Morgantown offer visitors everything they need to make their experience memorable. From food and lodging to trail guides and outdoor supplies, these quaint towns offer unique activities and experiences.


Located in Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, Cave Country Trails is a regional network of biking, hiking, equestrian, and water trails connecting communities in Mammoth Cave/South Central Kentucky and offering visitors an attractive and accessible outdoor destination. Cave Country Trails promotes healthy lifestyles and outdoor family-friendly adventures with a Kentucky flavor that attracts locals and visitors alike to the area resulting in regional economic growth. For more information visit:www.cavecountrytrails or follow us



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