Treasure Cave

Gypsy Heart

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Salvor6

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WOW Gypsy, where do you find all this stuff?
 

allen_idaho

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That is a great story. I did some searching but still have no idea if the cave was ever actually opened. Beyond that article in 1924, I can't find any mention of it anywhere. All I can find are plundered burial mounds. Oh well. I probably shouldn't fret about it. I'm not even from Wisconsin.
 

alpha105

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I'm from wisconsin and would like to know if you have more detailed information of the location of the cave.
 

EDDE

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alpha105 said:
I'm from wisconsin and would like to know if you have more detailed information of the location of the cave.
illinois here KUDOS :icon_study:
 

RKW

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The park's name was changed to Wyalusing State Park. The Treasure Cave entrance was eventually opened and taking a tour of the cave is one of the bigger attractions of Wyalusing State Park.
 

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