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The 411 on popular U.S. caves

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posted December 2, 2020
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Underground exploration is available at a number of destinations across the United States. When travelers visit caves around the country, they can enjoy ranger-led walks that head deep into the earth, go on more demanding spelunking adventures, and take part in a number of other programs.


Kartchner Caverns State Park in Arizona
Kartchner Caverns State Park (Photo by An Pham)

Arizona's diverse caves

Thanks to A-list destinations such as Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona is known for its abundant natural beauty and plethora of outdoor recreational options. Travelers can head below ground to check out some of the state’s diverse caves and caverns.

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Underground boat ride in Indiana Caverns
Underground boat ride in Indiana Caverns (Photo by Harrison County Indiana CVB)

Craving caving? Southern Indiana has you covered

Below the rolling hills, majestic forests, and winding Blue River lies a secretive network of caverns and caves just waiting to be explored at Indiana Caverns, Marengo Cave, Squire Boone Caverns, and Wyandotte Cave.

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Carlsbad Caverns
Carlsbad Caverns National Park (Photo by National Park Service)

3 cave-y national parks

The U.S. National Park Service sites include three cave-based attractions: New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park, and South Dakota's Wind Cave National Park.

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Top photo: Mammoth Cave National Park
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