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Road Trip Guide: 10 great caves

Penn’s Cave in Centre Hall is the nation’s only all-water cavern.
Penn’s Cave in Centre Hall is the nation’s only all-water cavern. CDT file photo

•  Crystal Cave, state’s first commercial cave (Kutztown);

www.crystalcavepa.com

•  Indian Caverns, underground tour featuring Native American heritage (Spruce Creek);

www.indiancaverns.com

•  Indian Echo Caverns, limestone formations plus playground, petting zoo (Hummelstown, Dauphin County);

www.indianechocaverns.com


•  Laurel Caverns, a 435-acre geological park with state’s largest cave. (Hopwood, Fayette County);

laurelcaverns.com

•  Lincoln Caverns and Whisper Rocks, underground flowstones, stalactites, crystal (Huntingdon);

lincolncaverns.com

•  Lost River Caverns, cave tours plus nature trail, museum (Hellertown, Northampton County); lostcave.com



•  Penn’s Cave and Wildlife Park, limestone formations in nation’s only all-water cavern (Centre Hall);

www.pennscave.com

•  Seldom Seen Coal Mine, underground mining experience (Patton, Cambria County);

www.seldomseenmine.com

•  Tour-Ed Mine and Museum, coal-mining site and tools (Tarentum, Allegheny County);

www.tour-edmine.com

•  Woodward Cave, geological tours, cabins, campground (Woodward);

www.woodwardcave.com

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