Indiana July 27, 2019
The Rare Underground Waterfall In Indiana You’ll Have To See To Believe
Few people know that there is an underground waterfall hiding in Mauckport, Indiana that is a wonder to behold. Go beneath the surface of the Hoosier state to check out this stunning attraction. Scroll on for more details.
Squire Boone Caverns in southern Indiana is a marvelous summer attraction that features cavern tours, a replica of a historic village, a restored grist mill, a zipline adventure, and much more. There are unforgettable activities here for the whole family to enjoy.
To find the underground waterfall, guests will take the cavern tours. These impressive caves have been forming since dinosaurs walked the land and have been available to the public since 1973.
Visitors will walk about 1/3 of a mile in total where it is deep enough below the earth that the temperature typically does not rise above 54 degrees Fahrenheit. Here is where the waterfalls and rock formations abound.
These rimstone dam waterfalls are the largest in the United States that are accessible to the public. It is a truly unique and historic experience to take this cave tour.
It is rare to find underground waterfalls anywhere in the world, let alone Indiana. Streams carry millions of gallons of water over the dams every single day as well as through these caves to create all sorts of natural wonders you've got to see to believe.
The paths, bridges, and falls are all well-lit. There is also a 73-step staircase at the end.
Additional attractions to enjoy include the log cabin shops, and 1804 working mill, and an exciting zipline adventure. You'll want to spend each and every summer exploring this part of the Hoosier state.
Squire Boone Caverns is open Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. as well as Saturday and Sunday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., and you can get more details on its
website or Facebook page.
Address: 100 Squire Boone Road SW, Mauckport, IN, 47142
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