There is a place within the Southern Indiana rolling hills that’s called "Limestone Country" because of the stone terrain found there. It is the home of a special outdoor playground of caves, forests, rivers, Bluespring Caverns, Spring Mill State Park and the communities of Bedford and Mitchell.
Looking for a spring break adventure for the family? The nation's longest navigable underground waterway is now open for the season! At a cool 52 degrees and 100 feet below the earth's surface, visitors to Bluespring Caverns explore an underground river through limestone caverns. Guides navigate along the river for over a mile and point out the blind crayfish and limestone formations.
Back up on the surface, visitors can prospect for gemstones, fossils and arrowheads, browse the unique gift shop or walk the nature trail around Indiana's largest sinkhole.
Bluespring Caverns is located at 1459 Bluespring Caverns Road (1/2 mile off US Hwy. 50, five miles southwest of Bedford, Indiana.)
Bluespring Caverns is now open daily! Take a boat tours on an underground river for an adventure you won't forget.
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