Take This Unforgettable Road Trip To Experience Some Of Wisconsin’s Most Impressive Caves And Waterfalls

When it comes to natural beauty, Wisconsin is abundantly blessed. Among the most stunning features that Mother Nature has bestowed upon the Badger State are caves and waterfalls. And since we’ve mapped out a route that leads to some of the most impressive caves and waterfalls in Wisconsin, exploring the two just got a whole lot easier. So grab some snacks, gas up the car, and get ready for an unforgettable road trip!

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Address: 5360 Schauer Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, USA
Address: 15401 County Rd R, Maribel, WI 54227, USA
Address: 2975 Cave of the Mounds Rd, Blue Mounds, WI 53517, USA
Address: 101 N Cascade St, Osceola, WI 54020, USA
Address: Lost Creek Number One, Bell, WI 54827, USA
Address: Potato River Falls, Gurney, WI 54559, USA
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Waterfall Road Trips In Wisconsin

August 10, 2021

Do you have any other road trips I can take in Wisconsin?

Yes, we have put together several road trips for your convenience. You may be interested in taking one of these five road trips in Wisconsin that will lead to places you will never forget. Among the places included in this article are the Dells, Apostle Islands, and La Crosse. 

Are there any other caves in Wisconsin?

Located in the Dells, The Grotto is worthy of a stop. This abandoned cave, now covered with colorful graffiti, is actually man-made and served as a saloon in the early 1900s and then a tavern until 1966. Located in Blue River, Eagle Cave boasts over 3,000 feet of passageways, four levels,  and happens to be the state’s largest onyx cave.

What are some natural wonders in Wisconsin I can visit?

Wisconsin is just brimming with natural wonders just waiting to be explored. Among the places in this article — 9 Wisconsin Natural Wonders You Need To Add To Your Outdoor Bucket List — are the Niagara Escarpment, Devils Lake State Park rock formations, and Horicon Marsh. This list alone will keep you busy exploring some of the best natural wonders the state has to offer.

Address: 5360 Schauer Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, USA
Address: 15401 County Rd R, Maribel, WI 54227, USA
Address: 2975 Cave of the Mounds Rd, Blue Mounds, WI 53517, USA
Address: 101 N Cascade St, Osceola, WI 54020, USA
Address: Lost Creek Number One, Bell, WI 54827, USA
Address: Potato River Falls, Gurney, WI 54559, USA