Going Into These 8 Caves In Indiana Is Like Entering Another World
In the state of Indiana, you are not going to find too many caves. Sure, we do have a lot of hidden ones off the beaten path (but, not everyone likes to talk about those because they want them to stay hidden and beautiful!) We do, however, have a few different show caves where you can partake in public tours. There are also several caves open to cave exploring too. Here are eight caves in Indiana you should really check out.
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The Sullivan Cave is not really a cave most people explore (unless you are an expert/advanced cave explore). The cave is beautiful, but it is not really deemed safe for exploring.
7. Bluespring Caverns Park
This is a park that features a beautiful cave and an underground river. Many people consider this cave an opportunity to explore the heart of the world.
8. Suicide Cave
You can find Suicide Cave near Salem, Indiana. The cave is named after a moonshiner who committed suicide in the caves in 1820. This is a great cave for someone who has never gone caving before.
Have you ever been to any of these caves? The pictures are truly beautiful! It really does feel like you’ve stepped into another world when you go inside.
Trisha Faulkner is a stay-at-home and work-at-home Hoosier momma. She is a huge advocate of Autism awareness, and loves her beautiful boy more than life itself. She is a native Indiana writer who types her best pieces for Only In Your State between 2-4AM when her toddler finally falls over asleep.
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