3) Penn’s Cave and Wildlife Park, Centre Hall
Those who love nature’s small, unusual hideaways are sure to enjoy a day at Penn’s Cave. Home to rich history and “The Legend of the Indian Maiden, Nita-nee,” (for whom the Penn State Nittany Lions was named) this place is sure to leave visitors mixing nature, legend, and history together. Guests will tour a cavern full of limestone formations completely by boat. The unique formations in the cave are breathtaking, but there are many other activities that the park has to offer. Both adults and children can lose themselves in Prospector Pete’s Miner’s Maze, a 4,800 square foot maze. The Cave Rock Mountain Tour is another great option, a complete off road adventure that transports you to the top of the mountain by traveling over obstacles, moguls and ravines. Those looking for some fascinating adventures, along with some breathtaking natural experiences are certain to have a blast at Penn’s Cave and Wildlife Park in Centre Hall.
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