Penn's Cave & Wildlife Park

222 Penns Cave Rd., Centre Hall, PA 16828 GET DIRECTIONS
Local: 814-364-1664
Fax: 814-364-8778

Plan to spend the day at Penn's Cave & Wildlife Park-America's ONLY all-water Cavern & Wildlife Park! 

Step-down-underground to see breathtaking limestone formations during the fully-guided 45 min cavern tour, given ENTIRELY by boat.

On the separate 90 min fully-guided farm, nature & wildlife tour, ride in an open-air bus or tractor tram throughout some of the 1600 acres of the Penn's Cave property to see native North American animals, including the mountain lion & timber wolves.

"Get lost" inside the 4,800 sq. ft. Prospector Pete's Miners Maze-located outside on the Maze Plaza.

Experience "nature's rollercoaster" on the exciting 3 hr. Jeep off-road "Cave Rock Mountain Tour" (age restrictions-this requires advance booking).

Have fun shopping in the large gift shop, enjoy lunch in the Cave Cafe' & pan for real gems at Prospector Pete's Gemstone Panning. 

 Combo package discounts available.

Advance reservations accepted & required ONLY for groups of 20 or more persons.

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Discounts Offered: Group Discount, Military Discount, Senior Citizen Discount
Facility Amenities: Admission Charged: See website, Bus Parking, Gift Shop, Restaurant on site, Special Packages Available
General Information: Dates Closed: Thanksgiving & Christmas Days & January, Hours: 7 days/week during summer
Guest Information: Family-friendly, Groups Welcome
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Experience "nature's rollercoaster" on the exciting Cave Rock Mountain Tour. This 3 hr guided off-road tour requires advance reservations and is given in one of the Penn's Cave Jeeps.  Go from the "Cave Rock to the Mountain Top" through obstacles, vertical climbs on much of the 1600 acres of
Experience "nature's rollercoaster" on the exciting Cave Rock Mountain Tour. This 3 hr guided off-road tour requires advance reservations and is given in one of the Penn's Cave Jeeps. Go from the "Cave Rock to the Mountain Top" through obstacles, vertical climbs on much of the 1600 acres of
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