5 of the Most Amazing Caves in Virginia You Must See
One of the world's most fascinating geological wonders, Virginia is actually home to an impressive amount of caves. From large openings and overhangs with deep recesses to caves containing waterfalls, all of the caves featured on this list are accessible and open to the public for exploration.
9 Year Old Boy Caving Solo in Bend, Oregon
9 Year Old Boy Caving Solo at Boyd Cave in Bend, Oregon
Take a Boat Ride on America's Largest Underground Lake
Nestled in the quaint town of Sweetwater, TN, you’ll find a once in a lifetime experience on America’s largest underground lake – The Lost Sea Adventure. (To see the world’s largest underground lake, add Dragon’s Breath Cave in Namibia to your bucket list). Let me preface this by saying I’m not a huge fan of caverns (“seen one, seen them all” kind of girl right here), but when I heard that Craighead Caverns had a lake you could take a boat ride on, I knew I had to see it. We made a pit stop here on the way to Chattanooga, but it’s also less than 2 hours from the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge area if you’re headed to the Smoky Mountains.
Palo Duro Canyon State Park | 2nd Largest Canyon in the U.S. | Texas
Day 24 of our road trip we spend the day in Palo Duro Canyon State Park, the "Grand Canyon of Texas" It is the 2nd largest canyon in the U.S. What a beautiful day it was, sunny skies, warm weather and we went inside a BIG cave! Filmed October 4, 2021 by Curtis and Melissa | Adventures Are Out There We are an Adventure seeking family of 4 who love the FREEDOM of the open road, being outside, enjoying the beauty and nature God created! His masterpieces are awe inspiring! We love the diversity in landscape and wildlife and food in our country! Please consider subscribing, because ADVENTURES ARE OUT THERE, R U?
8 of the Most Amazing Caves in Ohio You Must See Before You Die
One of the world's most interesting geological wonders, Ohio is actually home to an impressive amount of caves. From large openings and overhangs with deep recesses to caves covered in stalactite crystals, all of the caves featured on this list are easily accessible and open to the public for exploration.
This historic Bothwell cliffside mansion of 31 rooms in Sedalia, Missouri uses natural caves for air conditioning
Close up of the west front of Bothwell Lodge in Sedalia, Missouri.RebelAt at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons. In 1896, John Homer Bothwell considered a wealthy lawyer in Sedalia, Missouri, purchased property that’s been referred to as Stoneyridge Farm and the castle on the hill. From the years of 1897 through 1928, he built a lodge that was intended to be a home in the summer high on a rock bluff that overlooked a valley. One of the peculiarities about this piece of construction is that during the construction, a natural cave was discovered. There was the consideration that maybe the caves could be a source of natural air conditioning. Noteworthy, the limestone that was used in the building of this lodge was found on site.
Camping and Exploring Caves at Maquoketa Caves State Park in Iowa
Join us as we camp and hike at Maquoketa Caves State Park! This is such a beautiful spot in Eastern Iowa.
The Nation's Only Museum Dedicated to Caves: the American Cave Museum
Caves, Lakes, and Corvettes are three of the signature offerings in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. If you’re wanting to experience the region, there’s no better starting point than Hart County (home to the world-famous Hidden River Cave, Mammoth Onyx Cave, and one of the counties that Mammoth Cave runs through). While you’ll want to descend into the caves while there, the American Cave Museum is also to not be missed. Be sure to add it to your itinerary!
Craters Of The Moon National Monument and Preserve | Idaho
Day 16 of our road trip from FL to Montana we spend the day at Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, that's a mouthful! LOL This 750,000 acre "park" makes you feel like you are on another planet! The desolate and rocky terrain are the remnants of a volcanic eruption a mere 2,000 years ago! Its dormant NOT extinct, so the experts say it will erupt again someday! PLUS we finish the day viewing the Niagra of the West... in Twin Falls, Idaho. Watch the full video on the information you need to plan you trip here! Filmed September 26, 2021 By Curtis and Melissa We are an Adventure seeking family of 4 who love the FREEDOM of the open road, being outside, enjoying the beauty and nature God created! His masterpieces are awe inspiring! We love the diversity in landscape and wildlife and food in our country! Please consider Following, because ADVENTURES ARE OUT THERE, R U?
Exploring Lava River Cave in Flagstaff Arizona
Exploring Lava River Cave in Flagstaff Arizona`