Indian Cave State Park

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This 3,052-acre state park is an historical area preserving a cave with prehistoric petroglyphs and a partial reconstruction of the village of St. Deroin which was established in 1853. Many of the cave carvings are thought to be several thousand years old. Activities at the park include camping, picnicking, horseback riding, hiking trails, fishing, and winter skiing.