If you like to be the first to disclose something new and interesting, we can help you do this. Whenever you are in Illinois, make sure you keep your eyes open for these interesting, off-the-beaten path places to visit. You may be the first of your friends to actually explore these interesting and unusual places.
This hidden spot is located in Southern Illinois at Cave-In Rock State Park. The entrance to the cave is a 55-foot hole. It offers a view of the Ohio River below. Once inside the cave you’ll be able to trek through over 150 feet of space along a 60 foot bluff. Even though the cave holds a sordid history of housing outlaws fleeing from law officials, it still retains its beautiful appeal.
The state of Illinois acquired the area where Cave-In-Rock sits, way back in 1929. The area consists of 204 acres. Just above the cave, visitors can enjoy a picnic or just take in the views over the Ohio River.
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