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The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Ice Caves are located on the Lake Superior shoreline near Meyers Beach (which is about 5 miles northeast of Cornucopia, Wisconsin.)
You arrive above the caves giving you a unique perspective, refreshing cool breezes coming off lake add to the magnificent views.

Crystal Cave

Spring Valley
Our tour guide Becca was knowledgeable, took the time to answer all questions, and made it really fun for little ones and adults alike.
At crystal cave the tour guides knew as much about the history of the cave as they did about spelunking/cave exploring!
After the cave, they have two fantastic gift shops, opportunities for the kids to dig for fossils or sluice for gold or other treasures, and there is ice cream and light snacks available.
... film about how the cave was formed and founded, and what stalactites, stalagmites, trilobites and a few other things you will see in the cave we proceded down into the depths of the cave with our tour guide.
The ca. 2-mile hike on boardwalks, across streams, and through woods was a beautiful lead-up to the highlight of the hike: the sea caves seen from above.
This historic lakeshore is known for its cool and beautiful sea caves, several old and historic lighthouses and the 21 Apostle Islands.

Eagle Cave

Blue River
They adjusted our campsite for us because we had more hammocks than planned- no complaints, no issues, and they seemed genuinely happy to help us.
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