We had some time to kill after attending a PSU football game so decided to visit Indian Caverns which is about a 30 min. drive. Tours leave on the hour and we got there just about 10 minutes before the next tour left. As we traveled across the rickety bridge we wondered what was in store for us. The gift shop/entrance to the cave sits literally perched on the hillside. We parked and walked up the small incline to get tickets, which are reasonably priced. We browsed the very small gift shop--prices are reasonable andyoung children will enjoy it. There is also a panning for gold area right outside the gift shop that the kids will like, too. The tour started promptly and there were about a dozen or so people. Although humorous and knowledgeable of the cave/formations, the tour guide was hard to hear/understand and spoke quickly. The cave has a constant temperature of 56 degrees so you may need a light jacket/sweater. My son did not and was comfortable in his tee shirt. As in most caves, there are some wet areas and some gravelly areas that might be somewhat slick if you are wearing sandals/flip flops. We all wore sneakers so had no problem. All in all the tour was very good. We finished up back at the entrance almost exactly 1 hr. later. It was a nice side trip to end the day.
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