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Mammoth Cave Star Party

Join National Park Rangers for an evening under the night sky at the “Mammoth Cave Star Party.” The program will begin Wednesday, June 20th, at 9:00PM. Meet at the Visitor Center for the evening’s highlights including viewing the planet Jupiter and its moons through telescopes provided by the park.

In the event of heavily clouded skies, a program at the nearby outdoor amphitheater will be substituted for telescope viewing. Program is subject to cancellation in the event of severe weather or heavy rain.

For more information contact 270-758-2180.

Mammoth Cave encourages you to #FindYourPark and discover the wonders of nature.
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Mammoth Cave Star Party

Join National Park Rangers for an evening under the night sky at the “Mammoth Cave Star Party.” The program will begin Wednesday, June 20th, at 9:00PM. Meet at the Visitor Center for the evening’s highlights including viewing the planet Jupiter and its moons through telescopes provided by the park.

In the event of heavily clouded skies, a program at the nearby outdoor amphitheater will be substituted for telescope viewing. Program is subject to cancellation in the event of severe weather or heavy rain.

For more information contact 270-758-2180.

Mammoth Cave encourages you to #FindYourPark and discover the wonders of nature.

 

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Often thought as a permanent gesture of romantic love, people have historically carved their names on trees, as seen on this American Beech (Fagus grandifolia). Doing so, however, can deeply injure or even kill a tree, and is therefore illegal in public lands. We welcome expressions of love here, just in less harmful ways. ... See MoreSee Less

Often thought as a permanent gesture of romantic love, people have historically carved their names on trees, as seen on this American Beech (Fagus grandifolia). Doing so, however, can deeply injure or even kill a tree, and is therefore illegal in public lands. We welcome expressions of love here, just in less harmful ways.

 

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You see a LOT of that on the hike to "Sand cave" where Floyd Collins died. People don't seem to realize your tree carvings won't last much longer than you! American beeches only live 300-400 years, and that's only if they are healthy, uncarved trees! Carved trees die sooner. When the tree rots away so does your precious artwork.

Jerks

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