Site Sal Hollow, Loop Sal Hollow
Mammoth Cave National Park | Mammoth Cave Backcountry Camping
Type: HIKE TO
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- Min Num of People: 1
- Num of Bedrooms
- Shade: Yes
- Bed Type
- Check-In: 12:00 PM
- Location Rating: Good
- Site Access: Hike In
- Water Hookup: No
- Check-Out: 11:00 AM
- Condition Rating: Good
- Max Num of People: 8
- Pets Allowed: Yes
- Proximity to Water
- Shower/Bath Type
- Hike in Distance
- Num of Beds
- Num of Rooms
- Site Rating: Basic
- Campfire Allowed: Yes
- Capacity/Size Rating: Single
- Electricity Hookup
- Is Equipment Mandatory: No
Need to Know
From the Lincoln Trailhead, 2.9 miles on Collie Ridge Trail, 2.0 miles on Buffalo Creek Trail, 1.4 miles on Sal Hollow Trail, 0.1 miles on campsite spur trail. 6.4 miles
From the Maple Spring Trailhead, 2.4 miles on Buffaloo Creek Trail, 1.4 miles on Sal Hollow Trail, 0.1 miles on campsite spur trail. 3.9 miles
From the Maple Spring Trailhead, 1.1 miles on Buffalo Creek Trail, 0.6 miles on Turnhole Bend Trail, 3.3 miles on Sal Hollow Trail, 0.1 miles on campsite spur trail. 5.1 miles
From the Maple Spring Trailhead, 7.1 miles on Sal Hollow Trail, 0.1 miles on campsite spur. 7.2 miles
- Be prepared: Take a first aid kit, flashlight, matches, water and appropriate clothing.
- Leave no trace, fires are permitted in designated campsites only. Carry all trash out of the backcountry and properly dispose of it. "Pack it in: Pack it out." Never bury trash.
- Water Source & Treatment: The park recommends carrying one gallon of water per person per day. There are few reliable water sources in the Backcountry. Many streams only flow during wet seasons or after a rain. Treat all water obtained in the backcountry before drinking, either boil it for at least one minute or use a high-quality water filter.
- There are two venomous species of snakes in the park, western diamond back rattlesnake and the copperhead. Use caution on trails and at night. Killing snakes is prohibited.
- Call 911 to report all accidents or emergencies.