Want to hear a spooooky story about Spook Cave? Did you know that some of the early settlers from Clayton Canyon used to talk about strange noises coming from a hole which they knew about at the base of a hill right along Bloody Run Creek? It wasn’t until a man called Gerald Mielke made the discovery, and realized what was actually underneath that hole!
Luckily for us, these beauties of nature are now ready and waiting for families just like you to explore them!
Through a guided boat tour, the whole family can learn all about the stories and history of Spook Cave – from the development all those millions of years ago, to the development. The formations are all pointed out and explained, so kids will really get a sense of what they are looking at, and some of the earth’s geology.
Not only is it underground, so the weather doesn’t make a difference, but there is no walking because the tour is all done by boat! That’s right – the cave has been flooded, so you just sit back, relax and enjoy that all round temperature of 47F as you take in natures wonders!
If you are in the area for a while and want to explore more of the area, Spook Cave also offer camping and cabins so you can really extend your stay. Maybe you might want to do the tour twice!
There are primitive camping sites, as well as ones with full hook ups. There is lake swimming nearby with a sand beach, as well as a Trout stream, lake fishing, a playground for those kids and a hiking trail.
If you want something a bit more modern, there are two woodland cabins for you to choose from, with a fire pit, picnic table, and full length porch to relax on.
If you want to take lunch to the caves too, there are picnic tables ready just for you!
Don’t be too spooked – it’s a unique and fascinating family day out for you!