Clarksville Cave


Useful Information

Location: Clarksville, north of the diner June's Place.
Open: All year daily 7-23.
[2009]
Fee: Free.
[2009]
Classification:  Karst cave Onondaga limestone
Light: none
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Address: Northeast Caving Conservacy
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History

 
1830searly cave visits.

Description

Clarksville Cave is a wild cave which is owned and protected by the Northeast Caving Conservacy. It is a so-called sacrifice cave, which means it is open to the general public. It is actually sort of developed, as there is a changing area near the entrance and billboard with a map of the cave and photographs. So cave visitors are now officially welcome, instead of just tolerated by the private landowners.


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