Dunbar Cave State Park

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It's not nearly the largest cave complex in the world, but the 110-acre park is still amazing to see. It advances over 8 miles into the earth and includes sinkholes, springs, and limestone bedrock. Archaeological excavations revealed that the cave had been inhabited or in use by humans for thousands of years. Religious symbols and other drawings were discovered on the cave walls. As a cave area there's plenty to do such as cave tours, bird watching, and hiking. (Submitted by Lisa Newman)