Show Cave Sites and other Various Cave Information
Visit Famous Crystal Cave Park, the most popular natural attraction in Pennsylvania. This great underground wonder, located in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country near Kutztown, Crystal Cave has seen Millions of Visitors since discovery in 1871.
Indian Caverns overlooks Spruce Creek, which is full of enormous wild brown and rainbow trout and provides a home for salamanders, crawfish, turtles, and ducks.
Sparkling crystal clear lakes, intimate passageways, and room after room of mystical beauty...and you have a fantastic journey of geological wonders that will take your breath away! It's no wonder we are one of the most visited attractions in the eastern United States.
Laurel Caverns has much to offer! It is a 435 acre geological park featuring Pennsylvania's largest cave. It is located just fifty miles south of Pittsburgh, off Route 40, east of Uniontown.
Come with us on an adventure through Lost River Caverns, nature's underground wonderland. The temperature is a constant 52 degrees, so you'll need a sweater or jacket. Bring your camera too! There's a lot to discover in this magical land of crystal formations where the Lost River flows.
America's only all-water cavern and wildlife park are nestled in Central Pennsylvania's scenic Penn State Country.
Woodward Cave is a solutional cave, formed by the removal of bedrock by circulating groundwater and by underground streams. The water transports the bulk of the material out of the cave in solution (i.e., - dissolved). Most solution caves are in limestone.
Bat Conservation International is conducting and supporting science-based conservation efforts around the world. Working with many partners and colleagues, these innovative programs combine research, education and direct conservation to ensure bats will be helping to maintain healthy environments and human economies far into the future.
As an unbiased, multi-disciplinary science organization that focuses on biology, geography, geology, geospatial information, and water, we are dedicated to the timely, relevant, and impartial study of the landscape, our natural resources, and the natural hazards that threaten us.
The Mid-Atlantic Karst Conservancy was established by Western Pennsylvania cavers in 1997 for preserving, ensuring access to, acquiring, and managing caves and karst areas for conservation, scientific study, and recreational caving.
The Karst Waters Institute (KWI) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit institution whose mission is to improve the fundamental understanding of karst water systems through sound scientific research and the education of professionals and the public.
The Nittany Grotto Caving Club meets at Penn State University and are mostly students who enjoy the SPORT of caving. We are not affilitaed with the NSS and do no project caving. The Caving Club only engages in the SPORT of caving, please visit the Nittany Grotto Inc which is affilited with the NSS to learn about conservation, surveying, discovery and mapping.
Chartered as an internal organization of the National Speleological Society on March 15, 2009. The Cave Hill Grotto is committed to exploring, digging, scooping, surveying, mapping and documenting central Pennsylvania’s caves. Meetings are held during cave trips and occasionally at member’s homes. We are fun!