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HIKING TRAILS:
Trail 5 - Wolf Cave

Hiking Trails:
Trail 1 | Trail 2 | Trail 3 | Trail 4 | Trail 5 | Trail 6 | Trail 7 | Trail 8 | Trail 9 | Trail 10

Note: Wolf Cave has been reopened.

Wolf Cave was formed as underground water dissolved the limestone bedrock and carved out a network of passageways. Over the years Wolf Cave became exposed by the powerful forces of erosion. The cave is now dry because the underground stream it once carried has carved lower passageways.

For more information on the geologic details of Wolf Cave and other features in McCormick's Creek State Park check out the park geology page.


Interested in other places to hike in Indiana?
Check out this great info on Hoosier National Forest, Knobstone Trail and Indiana State Parks from IndianaOutfitters.com.

 

 

 
 

Note: This is not the official Park website. However, it is the most complete and easy-to-use site, with everything you need to plan a trip to McCormick's Creek State Park.