There’s Nothing More Baffling Than The Origin Of Cache River Natural Area In Illinois
When you think of swamplands or bayous, the southeastern United States may come to mind, and certainly not Illinois. Located in the southernmost part of the state lies the wetlands of the Cache River, a swampy area filled with large, ancient cypress trees reminiscent of what you might see in the deep south instead. It’s quite amazing how a place like this exists in the Midwest. So, how did this natural wonder in Illinois come to be? Let’s take a look:
The Cache River State Natural Area is a natural wonder in Illinois and also quite a hidden gem. Have you visited the magnificent wetlands here? If so, tell us all about the experience in the comments. To learn more, visit the Illinois Department of Natural Resources website.
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