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- Clarksville CaveMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBackpackersFirst to ReviewAug 15, 2013
You'll need a hardhat, flashlight, headlamp, and a little bravery to submerge into Clarksville Cave, but as long as you don't mind getting muddy, you'll be handsomely rewarded with a remarkable subterranean experience. The cave follows the path of an underground river, and you'll have the option of either walking through the freezing cold water or taking the muddy, precarious high road that is only slightly drier. Do a combination of both to really experience the diverse geology of the cave. You'll see stalactites in their infancy, a few bats, and and underground waterfall. Make sure to go with someone who knows the cave system, as it's easy to get confused otherwise. Plan on spending 2 - 3 hours in the cave. Entrance is near the parking lot for June's Place diner, where you'll likely want to eat up and let your toes thaw after your spelunking adventure.