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Bluespring Caverns

1459 Blue Springs Cavern Road
812-279-9471

An hour-long tour by boat of underground Myst'ry River. Vistors travel the course of this ancient underground river, see rare blind cavefish and blind crayfish.A visit to Bluespring Caverns will bring you, first of all, to the park above the Caverns. Before or after your Caverns tour, don't miss the 1/2 mile nature trail in our Bolton Natural Area. It's your chance to veiw one of Indiana's largest sinkholes (covering over 15 acres!) as you experience the connection of the land above to the great Caverns hidden below.

At the Colglazier Visitor Center you will find a varied selection of unique gifts and souvenirs and also the opportunity to prospect for your own semi-precious gems at the "Myst'ry River Cemstone Mine". Other Park facilities include free parking, picnic areas and shelter, and clean, spacious restrooms.



Reviews

Danielle Pagoria

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Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Our tour guide had an excellent sense of humor and answered all of our questions. Was a unique experience, traveling through a cavern on a boat. They also have a cool gift shop with minerals and gifts for purchase. Call ahead to see tour times though. We got there and had to wait 45 minutes, but allowed us to shop. Don't forget to tip your tour guide 😉

Andrew Okerson

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Monday, May 28, 2018
One of the better boat tours out there! Well worth the admission. A great way to cool off on a hot day, it's 52°F year round!

Zack Wolf

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Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Very cozy they bring breakfast to you wild tour were you crawl shim etc through pin sized holes you spend the night we went in the middle of winter and it is really warm they have running water a gift shop showers a food shack and lots and lots of bunk beds smell like rich clay,soil staff was extremely nice and was trained in emergency Look unbelievable and had a interesting background story that the cave system was found by a farmer who went out one day to his "pond" and discovered all the water had disappeared and a hole had been created he went back home and got a lantern and found out it was a cave and started taking locals on tours and then decided to open it to travelers and that's the story also It was surprisingly cheap to get in for a memory that last a lifetime defently recommend checking it out in person.

Nataraj R

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Monday, April 2, 2018
Nice place.... Well maintained... The guide was cheerful and informative. It would be nice if they update the if the boat ride is open or closed in the website as it was closed due to little bit of flooding.

jamie brewer

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Sunday, June 3, 2018
Went today Nick was the guide is was very knowledgeable made the boat ride Fun and still very educational ! he was very patient with the elderly that was a bit slower !! I have done a lot of different kind of things all over and would still give it a great rating do to the information that came from the guide !!

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