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Onondaga Cave State Park, Leasburg

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Cave State Park
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  • We visited Onondaga Cave during the weekday and had a private tour since it was slow. Our tour guide (Travis) was so knowledgeable, friendly and pleasant to be with! That was one of the most amazing t...  more »
  • We stopped here on a road trip from OKC to St Louis, it was exactly what we hoped for. We did the cave tour (about 90 mins), it was a beautiful way to get out and stretch our legs. The cave wasn't too...  more »
  • For starters, I'd love to give the cave 5 stars but we didn't get to go into it, so I'm basing my 4 stars on the part we got to see. I looked all over the website and never saw the information that yo...  more »
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  • We visited Onondaga Cave during the weekday and had a private tour since it was slow. Our tour guide (Travis) was so knowledgeable, friendly and pleasant to be with! That was one of the most amazing tour that I have ever been on! We spent 1.5 hours being guided through this underground wonder. The State has spent a great deal of time and money making this natural wonder accessible for all. This Cave was different from others as the rooms and ceilings were so big and high. The cave was amazing/beautiful compared to the more "commercialize" Meramec Caverns. My only suggestion is that they should add additional billboards on I-44 to attract more tourist.
  • Hiked a narrow trail along the bluffs overlooking the Meramec River. Kind of overgrown and rather hilly, but the overlooks made it worthwhile. Took an access road shortcut back to the cave for very interesting tour. Lot's of ups and downs and some slippery spots on the tour, but a great tour all the same.
  • Beautiful caves. Very educational visit with plenty of scenic hikes and caves to explore. Way better than touristy meramec caverns.
  • Beautiful cave. Nice picnic or camping. Good fishing in the meremac river
  • Great Cave. Wide underground space. Can't even explain how awesome it was.