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Penn's Cave & Wildlife Park

27 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Erica
Erica
May 14, 2021
See the cave by boat.
Suzanne
Suzanne
April 10, 2021
Another wonderful Cave to enjoy the natural beauty of the world. America’s ONLY All-Water Cavern & Farm-Nature-Wildlife Park! Less than an hour from our beautiful lodge, this will be well worth your time!
Jessica
Jessica
March 19, 2021
Penn’s Cave is America’s only all water cavern and wildlife park. It is a great destination for a unique experience, even on a rainy day. Cavern tours are guided tours given by boat. The wildlife park is also a guided experience given via bus. In addition, kids may enjoy the Miner’s Maze and…
Seven Mountains
Seven Mountains
December 29, 2020
They are open year round.
Hilee
Hilee
October 16, 2020
About a 30 minute, scenic drive outside of State College. Make a family day of touring the caves then get ready for some adventure with an ATV rental.

Places to stay nearby

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire house
  2. 3 beds
Quiet, peaceful log home
  1. Entire house
  2. 3 beds
20 Minutes to Penn State-Private 3 BR/2 Bath House

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Point of Interest
“Great way to spend a few hours. For all ages. The gift shop there is extensive also. ”
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Natural Feature
“This is a huge lake which allows for boats of all sizes and power. There are pontoon rentals and nice beach and swimming areas. At the dam area you can find some large types of fish. It is in Huntingdon which is 20 minutes away . You will take 26 South to get to Huntingdon.. ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Premise
  • 2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“At its height during World War II, as many as 250 trains would pass through the Horseshoe Curve each day. So important was the Horseshoe Curve to the American war effort that it was a target of Nazi saboteurs who landed in the US in 1942. A freight train travels through the famous Horseshoe Curve in Altoona. This is a great place for individuals, dates, and families. It has a small museum at the base of the mountain, and then you can either climb the stairs or take the incline to the top. I never realized how few inclines are in the world until I started to travel. They can make historic educational trip more fun for children. It is a nice place to bring a picnic and watch the trains.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Park
“The beautiful, 958-acre Canoe Creek State Park features a 155-acre lake, wetlands, old fields and mature forests, which provide critical habitat for migrating birds and other wildlife. The lake is pop”
  • 6 locals recommend
Location
222 Penns Cave Road
Spring Mills, PA 16828
Phone+1 814-364-1664