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3 Ohio Caverns You Need to Know About

group of friends on a roadtrip with text saying to download our free vacation guideDo you consider yourself an explorer? Is Journey to the Center of the Earth your favorite novel? If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, stop what you’re doing! We have the perfect itinerary for you. It’s time to plan your next adventure, and you’ll find it underground in Ohio! Leave the outside world for an afternoon and enter the marvelous world of Ohio caverns. Our charming inn is surrounded by three caverns, and we can’t wait to tell you all about them! As you read this blog, take notes and start planning your trip. Then, to make your visit even better, make sure you download a copy of our free Vacation Guide. It has all the top suggestions for local restaurants, events, museums, shops, outdoor activities, and more!


Go on an Epic Adventure at These 3 Ohio Caverns!


Seneca Caverns

Your journey begins in the Northeastern part of Seneca County at the Seneca Caverns. This incredible location was first discovered by two boys in 1872, who later told everyone about their discovery. The rest is history. The cave is as close as it can be to its natural state and boasts magnificent rocks and narrow passageways. Make sure you wear closed shoes and pants during your visit!


Olentangy Indian Caverns

Discover a world formed millions of years ago at the Olentangy Indian Caverns! Go on an incredible adventure through winding passages and dark rocky chambers, and learn more about the history of the people who inhabited them. The Wyandotte Indians lived in the caverns to protect themselves from weather and their enemies. After taking a guided tour, you can stop at the petting zoo or the gem mining ground!


Indian Trails Caverns

The Indian Trails Caverns and Sheriden Cave sit along a natural limestone-dolomite ridge near Seneca and Wyandot Count. The site has provided more than ten thousand specimens and artifacts since its discovery, including five species of life from before the ice age and extinct species like elk-moose, short-faced bears, and the giant beaver! Sadly, you can longer tour the Indian Trails Cavern, but it remains an important archeological site for scientists! 


Return to a Charming and Comfy Room at HideAway Country Inn

Napoleon Downstairs JCAfter exploring these exciting caves, you need to unwind and relax your body and mind. Drive back to the heart of our lovely state and find your ideal room at HideAway Country Inn! Enjoy the beauty of Ohio’s countryside and unplug from the hustle and bustle like never before in our sumptuous setting.

Browse our accommodations today and pick the one that fits your needs! Each guest room has its own personality and atmosphere, modern amenities, and comes with a delicious, complimentary breakfast in the morning! If you are planning a romantic weekend getaway for you and your significant other, then we have the perfect room for you. The Napoleon Loft Suite has a spacious Victorian king bed, French-style antiques, and a stunning whirlpool tub with cherry columns. You’ll feel as if you’ve traveled back in time!


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