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Groups

Explore Indiana Caverns as your group destination

Indiana Caverns Family Adventure Park is well-suited for groups of varying sizes. We offer discounted prices for groups of 12 or more on cave tours and packages. Advanced reservations by phone are required to properly accommodate your group. 

Groups of 12 or more people

Call (812) 734-1200 in advance to reserve your group adventure at these discounted group prices! 

Platinum

Cave Tour
Bat Chaser
Gemstone Mining

$35 $26.50
age 13+ age 4-12

Gold

Cave Tour
Bat Chaser

$26 $19.50
age 13+ age 4-12

Silver

Cave Tour
Gemstone Mining

$26 $19.50
age 13+ age 4-12

Bronze

Cave Tour
Escape Room

$32 $17 $9.50
age 13+ age 7-12 age 4-6

Groups of 12+ Pricing

Cave Tour

Escape Room

Bat Chaser

The Plunge

Sabertooth

Adult

Child

$16

$9.5

$14

$7

$10 or 3 for $20

$12 or 2 for $20

$4

Groups of 12+ Pricing

Cave Tour

$16

(adult)

$9.5

(adult)

Escape Room

$14

(adult)

$7

(adult)

Bat Chaser

$10

(adult)

or 3 for

$20

(adult)

Quick Drop

$12

(adult)

or 2 for

$20

(adult)

Sabertooth

$4

Group outside of Saberthooth Caving Activity
School Group sitting outside of Indiana Caverns
Group of girls at Indiana Caverns
Group enjoying the Sabertooth Caving Activity

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the cave tour?

80 minutes on average  

Time times may vary from 75-85 minutes depending on the size of the tour, walking ability and even the questions asked. Visit our tour pages for tour distance, boat ride time, depth, and other tour-related information.

How cold is the cave? What should I wear?

56 Degrees  

The cave is 56 degrees year round-like a pleasant spring or fall afternoon. You may appreciate a jacket or long sleeves during the underground boat ride. Good walking shoes are recommended. However, most anything without high heels should be fine. Thong sandals and flip flops are not suitable.

Who can go on a cave tour? Any restrictions?

Most people, but it’s not handicap accessible.  

People of all ages are able to join the cave tour. Although Indiana Caverns is not handicap accessible, most anyone who can walk unassisted should be able to enjoy the tour.

Elevation Details

There are 110 feet of elevation change in Indiana Caverns. From the visitors’ center, it is mostly downhill to the underground river. On the way out, the tour route climbs almost 110 feet from the underground river level back through the Big Bone Mountain room and up the ramp into the Visitors Center. Visitors must be able to walk up several ramps and several sections with some steps.

Small Children or Infants

Small children are welcome. If they can not yet walk, they will need to be carried in your arms or a front carrier for the cave tour. Strollers and backpacks are not permitted. Partway through the cave tour is an underground boat ride, which gives everyone a chance to sit down, rest, and relax.

Enjoy your drinks and snacks before the tour, no food, drink, or snacks allowed in the cave.

Can my group split up and do different activities to save on time?

Absolutely! 

Indiana Caverns Family Adventure Park has something for everyone including cave tours, riding on Bat Chaser, plummeting on the Plunge, panning for gemstones, and more. Give us a call at (812) 734-1200 and we can help arrange an itinerary for your group’s day of fun at Indian Caverns. 

What activities are most popular with groups?

Depends on the ages of those in the group. 

Our cave tour is often combined with gemstone mining for school-age groups, while teens and adults enjoy combining the tour and the Bat Chaser. 

What if it is raining on our scheduled day?

Open Rain or Shine  

Rain makes the cave even more beautiful! Our cave tours are still open even with the rain. Our staff can modify your group’s schedule of outdoor activities in the event of rain.

Can I buy tickets online?

Give us a call! 

For groups of 11+ we prefer you to give us a call so we can be sure to properly accommodate you for the best experience.

Is there a maximum number that can be accomodated?

It depends.  

In general 100 – 200 is maximum at one time. However, larger groups can be split up to stagger through in different time periods. We offer other outdoor activities as well that can be done while the other part of the group waits for the cave tour. Give us a call and we can discuss the details. We try to provide the best experience possible for our guests. 

Do you have an area where our group can have a picnic?

Yes  

Our shelter house can seat up to 80 at one time. We also have picnic tables scattered around the shelter house and we have a large fire ring for group gatherings. 

Are there any free activities we can enjoy?

Yes  

Our karst interpretive trail is available year-round as is the Wooded Nature Trail. We have several exhibits in the Welcome Center that we discuss with groups that are split into groups of approximately 18. For schools, we offer several “Information Station” activities free of charge combined with tours and gem mining.