The last packages of alcohol at Mammoth Cave were sold today.
"I didn't know until just now so I'm glad I came over on the last day," said Marty Widau, a customer.
After selling it for just about a year and a half, Mammoth Cave Park Officials felt the need to call it quits.
"With the increase in law-enforcement incidents, we just can't continue to do it," said Vickie Carson, the park's public information officer.
In 2011, there were 12 of those incidents. By the end of 2012, there were 47. Just halfway through this year, the park has already had 40.
"So with that kind of increase, and it seems to be escalating, we just decided it wasn't a good thing to do in the park."
She said there have been several types of problems.
"Drunk driving, it could be an open container, it could be some kind of domestic incident, it could be a disruption in the campground."
They initially thought having package alcohol would be a positive for visitors.
"We get people from all over the country that aren't accustomed to dry counties," Carson said.
But a man from Rochester, New York said he doesn't need it.
"I'm in favor of stopping the alcohol sales in a park. I don't think they should have it, and you can go to a package store and bring it home and drink it, but that's it," said Bob Harris.
A Cave City man will have a longer drive when he wants to buy some drinks for cooking out.
"It was like a ten minute ride for me to here," he said, now, "I guess Bowling Green is probably the closest, you know, half hour or so."
However, he said the park made a wise decision.
The beer that didn't sell today will go back to the companies, and the wine will be served by the glass at the cave hotel.
Carson said people can still bring alcohol into the park, but she hopes there will be orderly conduct.