We stopped here on our way to Dunning park which is just up the road from here.
A short set of steps up to the cave entrance. This is probably not for anyone that is claustrophobic.
Interesting limestone formation.
The only ice cave between the Atlantic and the Black Hills. The main cave had a wall that shifted in the 1990's leaving a small opening to crawl through in order to continue back another 100 feet or so. A metal grate blocks the way now - liabilities. You can still walk about 20 feet inside, but be cautious as...
The ice cave is pretty small, but worth the visit. Loved the older rock steps going to it. Turn sideways and may have to bend knees slightly to get into the back part where the ceiling is higher and room opens up slightly
Nice little side trip after the Nordic Festival (last weekend of July). It is within 2 minutes of the falls. It's a short (you can see the entrance from the road) climb up uneven stairs. And even in July it's air conditioner cold in the cave. Some interesting rocks inside that make nice photos with the right lighting.