My gf and I went here to see the caves and were surprised with the whole place. We are around 30 y/o and are fairly active, having seen several other caves and hikes around the world.
It's over $20 a person just to take a walk in the woods! Still, we like exploring caves, so we gave it a try anyways... the set up is a very touristy location with mini-golf and a playground for kids (featuring a rather creepy shrek replica). There is also a pond and sitting area, snack bar, souvenir shop and a tension bridge. The highlight of the place is the zip line which is another $60 or so. All we wanted to see was the caves. What a waste! The "caves" consisted of almost 20 locations that are lookouts, ravines and natural rock formations. There were only 2 or 3 actual caves, and the one had a long line up. Everything here you can do for cheaper, somewhere else like a park and a normal mini golf or fun centre. The place was well-kept and the service was friendly. There is also a train ride for kids and walking trails.
There was one area, down by the Indian Chief rock, that was gorgeous. I could have spent lunch there, but it is now a pathway for the other tourists.
This is the place to go if you want to see a cave but don't want to get dirty or are not in physical condition to crawl and explore one. If you are not going for the zip line or for those reasons, forget this place. Go to the Warsaw caves down in Peterborough (excellent) or spend your time on Blue. This is a classic tourist trap that you will wish you missed. If you paid our entry fee, we still wouldn't go back.
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