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Seneca Caverns, Riverton

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#23 of 61 in Nature in West Virginia
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Seneca Caverns is a karst show cave in Germany Valley near Riverton, West Virginia, USA. It has been commercially used since 1930. The largest room inside the cave is the Teter Hall, which is 60 feet tall by 60 feet wide in some areas.
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  • A beautiful little cave. Classic gift shop, fun guide. Surprisingly large restaurant on the property. 
    A beautiful little cave. Classic gift shop, fun guide. Surprisingly large restaurant on the property.  more »
  • This site is located along WV 9 several miles down two lane roads. There is a fairly large parking lot around that is the center of a family style restaurant, a gift shop and a restroom building. We.....  more
    This site is located along WV 9 several miles down two lane roads. There is a fairly large parking lot around that is the center of a family style restaurant, a gift shop and a restroom building. We.....  more »
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  • A Great Cavern tour in West Virginia that is seasonal This site is located along WV 9 several miles down two lane roads. There is a fairly large parking lot around that is the center of a family style restaurant, a gift shop and a restroom building. We were lucky and got on one of the last tours for the season on Halloween. This is a 45 minute tour that runs on the hour. You buy your tickets at the gift shop. If you have to wait there are some things to do around the site. You are asked to put on a safety hat that is provided for you. The tour starts from behind the gift shop and leads directly down into the caverns. The tour was guided and showed many of the various parts of the cavern system. It is an absolutely fascinating cavern system that is well preserved. You have to walk from the entry behind the building to about a ¼ mile where you exit the system. There are low ceilings, wet stairs and tight spaces. This is only open at certain times of the year so please be sure to check before you visit. It is an excellent tour and I highly recommend it for anyone in the area interested in caverns.
  • So beautiful! They have guided tours every hour. The tour guide was very informative. Took us about an hour to get through the cavern. They also have a restaurant on site. So if you are around the area, I highly recommend paying a visit and getting a tour of the cavern.

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