Tennessee June 01, 2015
12 Caves In Tennessee That Are Like Entering Another World
There’s something fantastical about a cave. Something otherworldly, Disney-esque, something straight out of Snow White’s magical world of dwarves and gems. Here in Tennessee, though? We make the fantastic a reality with these crazy caverns that are out of this world.
12) Bell Witch Cave - Adams
With a story that bleeds back into Tennessee's haunted history, this ghostly cave will give you goosebumps.
11) Cedars of Lebanon - Lebanon
This state park boasts more than just trees - the wonder goes underground.
10) Cumberland Caverns - McMinnville
As the second longest cave in Tennessee, this show cave is sure to get your camera working overtime.
9) Dunbar Cave - Clarksville
Ranks 280th in the world when it comes to size. Womp Womp.
8) Sequatchie Cave - Sequatchie
You can only get about a mile into this cave, because Owen Spring Branch flows straight on through. Be careful!
7) Forbidden Caverns - Sevierville
You can take a guide through the cave for a neat educational experience.
6) Grundy State Forest - Tracy City
Did you know one of the largest cave openings in the state is located here?
5) Limestone Quarry
That blue water. Killer.
4) Nickajack Cave - Jasper
Nothing like a historic cave and the Tennessee wilderness.
3) The Lost Sea - Sweetwater
An extension of Craighead Caverns, The Lost Sea is the largest underwater lake in the United States.
2) Tuckaleechee Caverns - Townsend
This fun tourist stop is well worth your while.
1) Ruby Falls - Chattanooga
A 145-foot waterfall makes for some seriously awesome vacation memories.
Alright, Tennessee – chime on in. Any favorites? Somewhere you want to go? Let us know in the comments!