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Experience the beauty of the stalagmite formations with special lighting that further enhances their natural beauty, all with names that fit their shapes and size. The cavern will carry you 3,559 feet from the time you enter the cave until reaching the end of the tour.

  Entrance to Cathedral Caverns
Measures 126 feet wide and 25 feet high
Goliath
Standing 45 feet tall and 243 feet around. Estimates make this formation billions of years old.
 
 

Stalagmite Forest

 

Frozen

Water Falls

 

Take a Look Around Cathedral Caverns State Park
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Welcome Center
Cave Entrance
Goliath
Inside the Cave
Stalagmite Forest

  

The following pictures were made in the Crystal Room and the Second Forest.  These rooms are not open to the public but we wanted to share the beauty of these rooms with you.