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Caves and Caverns

Natural underground voids, usually large enough for an adult human to enter.


Bell Witch Cave

Adams, Robertson County, Tennessee
Visitors to the cave have reported seeing strange apparitions and hearing unexplained sounds. Many believe the Bell Witch Ghost now lives in the cave.


Mammoth Cave National Park

Edmonson County, Kentucky, 42259
Mammoth Cave National Park is a U.S. National Park in central Kentucky, encompassing portions of Mammoth Cave, the longest cave system known in the world.


Pictograph Cave

Billings, Montana, 59101
Pictograph Cave is a 23-acre (93,000 m2) area of three caves (Pictograph, Middle, and Ghost caves) located 5 miles (8 km) south of Billings, Montana. Excavation of the three caves began in 1937.


Sea Lion Caves

Florence, Oregon, 97439
Sea Lion Caves are a connected system of sea caves and caverns open to the Pacific Ocean. They are located 11 miles (18 km) north of Florence on U.S. Highway 101 on the Oregon Coast.


Shoshone Ice Caves

Shoshone, Lincoln County, Idaho, 83352
Once a source of ice for the town of Shoshone, these lava tube caves are not the most interesting, but there are legends that they are haunted by the Indian Princess Edahow who was buried in the ice.


Spring Mill State Park

Mitchell, Lawrence County, Indiana, 47446
Spring Mill State Park is a 1,358-acre (5 km2) state park located on the Mitchell Karst Plain, which allowed caves and sinkholes to form in the limestone. Caves include Bronson Cave, Twin Caves, Shawnee Cave (Donaldson Cave), and Hamer Cave.

Top 6 Most Popular Caves and Caverns Landmarks

  1. Shoshone Ice Caves
  2. Mammoth Cave National Park
  3. Bell Witch Cave
  4. Spring Mill State Park
  5. Sea Lion Caves
  6. Pictograph Cave