The Indiana Cave Tour Inside A National Landmark That Belongs On Your Bucket List
Did you know that beneath your feet in the Hoosier State there is an entirely different world? It’s true! Stretching hundreds of miles beneath the earth are more than 4,000 caves in Indiana alone – and those are just the ones we know about! Several of those caves offer some really interesting experiences, and we found one cave that offers two different spellbinding tours, both of which are absolutely worth checking out. You can do just one, or you can do both – no matter what, if you’re even a little interested in geology and caving, these tours will blow you away. Visit Marengo Cave, in Marengo, Indiana, for amazing cave tours in Indiana you won’t soon forget.
Watch this stunning YouTube video by MIRA’S ADVENTURES showcasing some cool scenes inside the cave.
For all the information you’ll need to plan your adventure, be sure to check out the official Marengo Cave website.
So, what do you think? Would you embark upon these amazing cave tours in Indiana? Tell us your thoughts in the comments! Also, if you’re searching for more adventure, here are a few more tours in Indiana that will blow your mind.
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Natural Wonders In Indiana
Besides the Marengo Cave, are there more caves in Indiana?
The short answer is yes. Here are some of the caves in Indiana that will transport you to another world:
- Bluespring Caverns, Bedford
- Squire Boone Caverns & Village, Mauckport
- Suicide Cave, Salem
- Indiana Caverns, Corydon
- Wyandotte Caves, Leavenworth
- Wolf Cave, Spencer
For more otherworldly experiences, don’t forget to visit our website to discover more caves in Indiana.
What are some more natural wonders in Indiana?
From canyons to waterfalls to caves and more, here are some of the best natural wonders in Indiana that belong on your bucket list:
- Rocky Hollow Falls Canyon Nature Preserve, Bloomingdale
- Williamsport Falls, Williamsport
- Twin Caves, Mitchell
- Pine Hills Nature Preserve, Waveland
- Big Clifty Falls, Madison
- Little Hemlock Cliffs Box Canyon, English
- Tippecanoe Lake, Kosciusko County
- Bluespring Caverns Park, Bedford
- Cataract Falls State Recreation Area, Spencer
- Seven Pillars of Peru, Peru
- Jug Rock Nature Preserve, Shoals
Be sure to read our previous article telling you more about these natural wonders in Indiana.
What are the best state parks in Indiana?
There are over 20 state parks in Indiana and these are 10 of the best parks that we recommend:
- Brown County State Park, Nashville
- Clifty Falls State Park, Madison
- Charlestown State Park, Charlestown
- Lincoln State Park, Lincoln City
- Harmonie State Park Road, Harmony Township
- McCormick's Creek State Park, Spencer
- Mounds State Park, Anderson
- Lincoln State Park, Clay Township
- Falls of the Ohio State Park, Clarksville
- O'Bannon Woods State Park, Corydon
Read our previous article to learn more about these state parks in Indiana.