“largest show-cave in the Midwest”
Culminating a year-long fund-raising campaign, Mississippi Valley Conservancy announces its acquisition of the property known as “Kickapoo Indian Caverns,” in southwest Wisconsin’s Crawford County. Under Mississippi Valley Conservancy’s ownership, the property will be open to the public year round for hiking, cross-country skiing, bird-watching, hunting and outdoor recreational activities. Guided hikes, volunteer work days, and other events will be offered.The largest show-cave in the Midwest with a maze of chambers and tunnels created by an ancient underground river flowing through bedrock limestone over thousands of years.
The caverns are "permanently closed" as the bat population there has been found to have a new illness. The department of conservancy has purchased the caves in an attempt to protect the bat population and the caves. Definitely check before you go to see if there has been any change in this status!
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