We were kind of disappointed with the tiny, ice cave but it was still cool to see. We went this month and the ice was pretty slippery. You can't see anything and it doesn't go far back at all. Still pretty neat.
Very small cave with no lighting. We had a very small flashlight and could not see the ice or the path so we left. We had been interested in seeing a cave that has ice all year.
Ice is slippery. The ground is ice. It's neat to check out, but difficult to traverse. Would not recommend for over 50's or bad knees, etc. (you could go partway & atop so don't avoid if there are young/old in your party). Very very short walk from parking to cave entry. Probably easier to get "in" to the cave in... 更多
A special place to stop and explore- no entry fee- good for kids! This would especially nice to go into, during the summer, when it's hot, as the cave is always in the 50's!
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... 更多
This is a small cave that ices up during certain times of the year. It wasn't iced up on our trip but it was cool to see. You can enter the cave about 40 feet and you're done.