Caves

For visitors to Blair County there are 4 caves to explore, each offering a different experience.  The adventurous can hike to Tytoona Cave located in Sinking Valley. Indian Caverns, Lincoln Caverns and Penn's Cave all host guided tours, educational opportunities and special events. For hours, rates and special event calendars visit each caves' website.

  • Indian Caverns
    (814)632-7578 or 570-772-6198
    5374 Indian Trail, Spruce Creek, PA 16683

    This cave closed to the public in fall of 2016.

  • Lincoln Caverns Inc. and Whisper Rocks
    (814) 643-0268
    7703 William Penn Highway, U.S. Route 22, 3 miles west of , Huntingdon, PA 16652

    Celebrating 85 Years of Discovery! Where science & adventure are NATURALLY FUN! Family-friendly, one-hour interpretive tours of 2 spectacular crystal caverns. Educational programs, Raystown Rocks Gift Shop & primitive camping. Great family events... October Ghosts & Goblins Tours, December Santa in the Cave, February Batfest, March Easter Bunny Underground & June Discovery Days. Closest Cavern to Raystown Lake.

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    Penn´s Cave & Wildlife Park
    (814) 364-1664
    222 Penn's Cave Road, Centre Hall, PA 16828

    America┬┤s ONLY All-Water Cavern & Wildlife Park offers 2 separate fully-guided tours, Miners Maze gemstone panning, large gift shop, Visitors Center, Cave Cafe, picnic areas & Cave Rock Mountain (off-road) Tour.* The only cave in PA placed on the National Register of Historic Places. "Spend the Day!" *Advance reservations/restrictions apply to the off-road tour only.