|Visit Indian Caverns - Spruce Creek, PA
From the early Nineteenth Century, the residents of Franklinville thought that the cave situated along the banks of Spruce Creek ended in a small room where local settlers scratched their names and the dates of their visitsóthe earliest being 1816. They may also have thought that they were among the first to explore the several rooms and passages of the cave.
All that changed in 1928 when a curious and adventurous young couple made their first visit to the cave. Harold A. "Hubby" Wertz, Sr. and his wife, Lenore, were from nearby Tyrone and were avid spelunkers. When they reached what was believed to be the deepest chamber of the cavern, Hubby observed that the room was primarily formed by erosion rather than solution. He figured that the water which had formed the cave had to have flowed somewhere from that room. He and Lenore started digging around in the clay floor and discovered a small opening, less than twelve inches in diameter which proved to be the entrance to an extensive new section of cave. What they eventually found was to nearly triple the size of the cave system as it had previously been known.
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|Laurel Ridge Bed and Breakfast|
‚óŹ 7 Miles - 12 Minutes away.
1673 Mt Laurel Court
Warriors Mark, PA 16877
814-632-6813 Check Availability
4 Rooms ‚óŹ Rates $80.00 - $150.00
‚óŹ Laurel Ridge B&B is a contemporary home in a very quiet and secluded rural development on a wooded ridge. hosting Penn State, Tyrone & Warriors Mark visitors, small groups and meetings. Sketch by Andrew Moore, a popular artist of Central Pa.
|Gage Mansion Bed & Breakfast|
‚óŹ 18 Miles - 30 Minutes away.
317 Penn Street
Huntingdon, PA 16652
(814)506-8411 Check Availability
7 Rooms ‚óŹ Rates $179.00 - $299.00
‚óŹ Gage Mansion Bed & Breakfast's luxuriously modern guest rooms will pamper you as you admire the original Victorian era details like our 6 gorgeous fireplaces and three story staircase with carved wooden details.
|The Blue Lantern|
‚óŹ 26 Miles - 44 Minutes away.
327 High Street
Williamsburg, PA 16693
3 Rooms ‚óŹ Rates -
‚óŹ Located just off US Rt. 22 on Rt. 866, in historic Williamsburg, offers 2 guest rooms, a cozy sun porch, and spacious outdoor porches that overlook the spring. Enjoy a full country breakfast before seeing the local attractions!