Location: On the north side of SR 62, in Harrison-Crawford State Forest; take either the Leavenworth (to the west) or Corydon (to the east) exits from I-64; Wyandotte is between the two.
Description: Indiana's biggest, longest, etc. cave. Really worth visiting; the short tours through Little Wyandotte and Wyandotte Cave are an interesting overview of Indiana speleology. Little Wyandotte (a quarter mile tour) has some unique formations. The walking tours are augmented by much longer spelunking tours of 5 and 8 hours; if you're interested in caving, this is the way to start and find out if you can stand it. I've never taken one of these tours, but my daughter Leilah has and was impressed. I find this cave far more interesting overall than the huge but dull Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. Look for salamanders near the cave entrances. As of 2002 the state, in its infinite wisdom, as part of a plan to cut costs, has given management of the site to a private company. I have no idea what it is like there at this time.
Nearby Points of Interest: Harrison-Crawford State Forest (of which this is actually a part). Carnes Mill, Buzzard Roost, Dewey Hickman and Hemlock Cliffs Nature Preserves; Hoosier National Forest.
Cautions: Not claustrophobic, are you?
Facilities: When the state owned it, it had a nice museum/interpretive center. There is camping in Wyandotte Woods (now O'Bannon State Park) and Harrison State Forest, nearby.
Ownership: Formerly, the people of Indiana.