Fried fish, oysters, shrimp and clams as well as chicken nuggets and tenders and homemade onion rings
Indiana Caverns is located just minutes from downtown Corydon and I-64. Over the course of an 80-minute family-friendly tour, you’ll see numerous Ice Age bones and take a 25-minute underground boat ride. Tours start daily at 9 a.m. and include a variety of experiences: heights, depths, a waterfall and formations. Indiana Caverns is located in a part of the Binkley Cave System, which is Indiana’s longest cave and the 7th largest in the United States.
Learn more about Indiana Caverns from fascinating interpretive exhibits, walk the karst trail, enjoy a picnic on the grounds, or pan for gemstones or fossils.
In addition to the regular tours, Indiana Caverns offers Deep Darkness, an adventure cave exploration trip. Younger visitors may want to crawl through 400 feet of underground tunnels in the Cavern of the Sabertooth, which is suitable for all ages.
RVs are located in scenic Buffalo Trace Park and are available for rent throughout the spring, summer, and fall. The hard work has been done for you: All you have to do is arrive and start enjoying your getaway in nature!
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