March 23, 2015

Squire Boone Caverns

Spring Break

Lots of schools are out on Spring Break these next few weeks and folks are going to be looking for new places to explore. If you haven’t been to Squire Boone Caverns and Ziplines, now’s the time! Plan on spending several hours there because they’ve got lots to see and do.

Go Underground

Learn about the underground cave world by taking one of their tours. They have several throughout the day. If you’ve always thought you’d be claustrophobic inside a cave, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how enormous this one is. And you’ll be fascinated by all the interesting rock formations and the waterfall. Stop by the restored grist mill and watch as it churns out mixes for biscuits, pancakes, muffins and more. By this time you may be ready for a light lunch or a quick snack. You can get that in the candy shop. Then stroll thru the Pioneer Village to see what everyday life looked like in years past. The village doesn’t really become active though until Memorial Day weekend, so you’ll want to come back again later in the year. Are you the type that thrives on an adrenaline rush? Then soar through the tree tops on one of the six ziplines, or test your nerves by crossing the suspension bridge. The ziplines are open from March-November. And before you leave, be sure to stop by the rock shop to get a souvenir for the day. They have one of the largest rock shops in Indiana, with over 100 varieties of sparkling gems and minerals.

Group Fun

Squire Boone Caverns and Ziplines is the perfect outing for a scout troop, sports group, or just a fun day out with your friends. Coming up on April 4th they’ll have a Wild West Re-enactment. Here’s your chance to have your kids or spouse thrown in jail for only $1! All in fun of course.


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