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Mauckport - Squire Boone Caverns

100 Squire Boone Road SouthWest

Squire Boone Caverns is a real place in southern Indiana where Squire Boone, younger brother of Daniel Boone, lived and worked. Near Historic Corydon, Indiana in 1815, Squire Boone was laid to rest in a cave at the village that once saved his life by providing him refuge a ban of hostile Indians.

Cave Tours:

Glimpse millions of years in one moment as you gaze at dazzling cave formations and underground waterfalls.  Down 73 stairs you will get to view the same caverns discovered by Squire and Daniel Boone two centuries ago are now accessible via lighted walkways.  Guided tours let you observe earth's secrets deep below the surface.   Learn how these amazing passageways were slowly formed over eons of time, even as dinosaurs roamed the earth!

Rushing rivers and waterfalls rarely seen in caves carry over a  million gallons of water through Squire Boone Caverns every day.

EXPLORE a living and growing ecosystem deep below the earth's surface. Stalactites, stalagmites, flowstone, and more adorn the cavern walls, ceilings, and floors. Come see what has taken nature millions of years to make.

STAIRS There are 73 stairs in a vertical spiral staircase going into and out of the caverns.


Merlin Oetken

Saturday, March 31, 2018
Beautiful cave. More scenic than some other caves in the area. Very knowledgeable guide and able to answer questions about the cave and life of Squire Boone Jr., the brother of Daniel Boone. Several streams flowing out of many caves into the river, quite something to see and take pictures of the area.

Megan Poeppel

Monday, March 19, 2018
This place is so interesting. Walking through with my family we saw lots of beautiful natural cave formations. And the history of the cave was very interesting also.

Angela Draper

Saturday, April 7, 2018
Out of all caves and caverns, Squire Boone, was the absolute most amazing. It blew my mind. Great staff, as well!

Chad Dunscombe

Monday, April 2, 2018
Great customer service and a fun cave. Good story to go with it. Kids loved the cave and the zip line.

Jessica Brooks

Monday, Jan. 29, 2018
Me and my boyfriend decided to do the 4 cave trail tour for the shirts. This is the second cave we stopped at for my birthday. And I must say so far has been the absolute worst. There's a total of 6 plus a tour guide. She was very inexperienced and rushed everyone threw the whole tour. Such a shame there was so much we wanted to be able to look at and ask. The whole time she talks we would hear quote "and um" every 3 words. We learned more talking to the gentlemen about zip lining then the whole cave tour. Must say if you decide to go try to not get the younger lady there to host the tour. It will be a waste of time and $ on your part.

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