Laurel Caverns

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  • Address: 1065 Skyline Drive, Farmington, PA 15437, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-7244382070
  • Tags: Cavern, Family And Kids

Formerly referred to as Laurel Hill Cave and Dulaney's Cave, the Laurel Caverns is Pennsylvania’s deepest cave and is owned privately. It is situated beneath a geological preserve that is spread across an area of 435 acres. The cave offers spelunking, walking tours, gemstone-panning, as well as rappelling which is quite interesting. Also, because of its significant size, the Laurel Caverns also serve as Pennsylvania’s largest natural space for bat hibernation. Being situated atop the Chestnut Ridge, the water entering the cave is absolutely pristine. The cave is absolutely stunning and the tours are fabulous and would let you experience the beauty of the splendid cave.

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  • Laurel Caverns Address: 1065 Skyline Drive, Farmington, PA 15437, USA, United States
  • Laurel Caverns Contact Number: +1-7244382070
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  • Amazing place to take the kids. Let them find fossils in the limestone. The guides have been there for years. We had a blast and the tour was never boring. While the PA Forestry Dept. seems to be closing a lot of caves this one is privately owned and they try unique methods to work with the local wildlife that hibernate there and call it home. Definitely will return there!

  • Fantastic and knowledgeable staff at this site. There is a reasonable fee, and the standard tour isn’t too strenuous for children (the 5 year old with us walked the entire tour, the 3 year old was easily carried for the steep portions). Manage expectations: this isn’t a “stalagmite” kind of cave, but rather deep carvings out of the earth and still very cool.

  • Laurel cavers is a great experience, and I definitely plan on going back for a more in depth tour. The regular group tour is fun, educational, and perfect for children and some elderly, but they have several for anyone different tours to take. The tour guide was friendly and sociable. The tour its self is unique to others I have gone to since its a much different type of caverns than that of Seneca Caverns and Smoke Hole Caverns, but you'll have to go find out why. They have a small gift shop that has plenty of trinkets and apparel you can get to help fund them since they do not get aid from the government. I found one of my favorite necklaces there. They also have a small area where you can purchase a bag dirt with either fossils, gems and such to pan it out to see what precious items you can take home with you. It's great for kids and definitely made me relive some childhood memories. I cant wait to go back and plan to have a little picnic since they have several picnic areas outside. Of course, it is a bit of a drive to get there, but it is very enjoyable.

  • A great place to take the family! Lots of interesting information! The guide was very informative and interesting. We all had lots or fun. You can do many different types of exploring and also play miniature golf. A most for all age groups. The views are amazing!

  • This place was very cool, the guided tour takes you 17 stories underground and you get to see many naturally occurring cave structures including a waterfall, reflecting pool, and an entirely dark room with a very neat light show. I would highly recommend it for kids and adults.

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  • What is the price of admission?

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    • The admission fees of Laurel Caverns are 12 USD per adult and 10 USD per child. Opting for other tours and activities will cost you extra. To know these tour prices, it is recommended that you visit the official website. 

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