A natural stone bridge and extensive caves that were carved by retreating ice during the last ice age. Tour is self-guided and takes 1-2 hours. There's also an interesting display of petrified wood, and a sluice where kids can pan for clear quarts "gems" (fee).
You can reserve a spot in an "adventure tour" for a guided "get down and dirty" tour of the internals of some of the cave system (by reservation only).
The last few years they have expanded their offerings to include a few other attractions, including disc golf, a "dino dig" and rock wall climbing.
Open Late May - Columbus Day
Children (5-12 yrs) $8.50
Children under 5 are free
You can upgrade to a season pass for an extra $5 per person.
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After your visit, check out the gift shop/diner/ice cream stand on Rt. 9. If soft ice cream is your thing, this is the best for miles and the portions are huge! We've been to the caves once, but to the ice cream stand many, many times. :-)
There cave man burger is awsome with a nice kick.
A MUST for any body. Had a great time there. Absolutely beautiful... Check out the Gift shop. Local Adirondack Garnet Jewelry is AWESOME!!!