Indian Trail Caverns40 Votes
- Address: 722 OH-568, Carey, OH 43316, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-4193877773
- Tags: Cavern, Family And Kids
Indian Trail Caverns and Sheridan Cave is one of the most off beat attractions of Ohio. It is located in an extremely historic space. In the ancient years, it was the location for Great Black Swamp which used to house Wyandot Indians and also served as the last Indian Reservation for the eastern side of the Mississippi river. Anybody who is into geology should definitely visit this place. There are plenty of famous serials where this location has been used to depict its historic research. It is quite a different attraction to include in your itinerary but it would definitely be worth it.
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Indian Trail Caverns Reviews & Ratings
A lot smaller than I remember, however the last time I was there was 25 years ago. Was still fun as an adult, the history was very interesting. Kids loved it!
Truly one of the most historically significant Paleo Indian sites east of the Mississippi. Fantastic introductory lecture. Vary strange dissolution cave.
It was very nice and well taken care of....they were all very nice and knowledgeable will recommend to friends and family
Wonderful experience all around. Keith is knowledgeable, informed, and great with kids. Wonderful place to bring the family, and incredibly educational. He has information about the local geology that simply isn't found anywhere else, be it online, or in a library book. Highly recommended!
I would love to see this place open up more to public. Should be open more than a few times a year. Stopped by not a soul near just a little message board. It's a cavern underground made to home Native Americans!