Indiana Caverns offers tours in the midwest's longest cave. Opened in 2013, Indiana Caverns features an underground boat ride, ice age fossils and a variety of experiences in one 80 minute tour. The Binkley Cave system of which Indiana Caverns is a small part discovered in 2010, is also a "biologic hotspot" with 21 known species of troglobites.
Ice age bones were observed when the cave was first entered in 2010. When Indiana State Museum staff first entered the newly discovered area in 2012, the area was being identified as "a significant repository of ice age bones". Over 16 species have been identified to date, following two excavations by the Indiana State Museum staff. Most common fossils include ice age peccaries, from prenatal to mature adult males, black bears, and snakes. Other species include passenger pigeons, mice, voles, rabbit, snakes, squirrels, owls and many more.
Other fossils include peccary tracks, bear beds and hundreds of claw marks.
Indiana Caverns offers walking/boat tours 363 days a year, opening at 9 am daily. Cave exploring trips are also available by reservation and include kayaking on an underground stream over 200 feet below the surface. Interpretive exhibits and walking trails are also available. The Bat Chaser, an all-steel Zip Coaster, will open summer 2019 along with new Escape Rooms.
Indiana Caverns is located two miles south of Corydon Indiana, easily accessible from I 64.
1267 Green Acres Dr. SW
Corydon, IN 47112