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Eagle Cave

"Wisconsin's Largest Onyx Cave - We will reopen to the general public on the Thursday before Memorial Day weekend. See you then!"

About Us

Eagle Cave, in Blue River, WI, is a premier campground serving Richland, Grant, Iowa and surrounding counties since 1938. We offer guided cave tours, cabin and canoe rentals, camping and a gift shop. We have Wisconsin's largest onyx cave and will cater to boy scout troops, organizations, youth groups etc. For more information, contact Eagle Cave in Blue River.

Areas Served

Grant County, WI | Iowa County, WI | Richland County, WI | Sauk County, WI | Vernon County, WI

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On 8/24/2022 Chris S. had this to say:
This family owned cave offers a wonderful intimate experience for those who would like to do a little more than walk around in large caverns. The owners worked very hard to make your experience a positive one. They encourage you to get down and dirty as you explore the different parts of the cave. Wear some old jeans, a sweatshirt, and be prepared for fun.

On 10/4/2020 Anthony S. had this to say:
I was here in the dead of winter with a group of Cub Scouts/Webelos prior to crossing over to Boy Scouts. What an awesome place! Temperature was amazingly comfortable, the cave was relatively dry where you sleep, the boys had tons of fun exploring and the dining hall (with all the cool photos and souvenirs left by previous campers) was cool. Look for the one Pack 3022 left with a plastic dog on it! We even saw a bat!

On 7/4/2020 Jennifer D. had this to say:
Awesome place!! Very peaceful and relaxing. The second day we were there my 15 year old son said to me "I was low key not looking forward to coming here but it's really cool and I'm having fun!" The Cave was amazing and if I wasn't fat and claustrophobic I'd totally explore all the tunnels. Even the rain didn't stop us from enjoying ourselves. It just made it more interesting.

On 2/23/2020 Jessica Anderson had this to say:
I came this past weekend with my son's troop. I have visited many caves in the US but usually they are a look only experience. Here we could explore and touch almost every part of the cave. I think caves can be boring to kids since you cant touch or explore. This camp is just wonderful. The workers are great. The husband and wife are an amazing team who make their guests feel welcome. I forgot my hair dryer and the woman let me borrowed one and had spare knee pads. The people never lost their tempers and were always kind onto the kids even when I felt some scouts could have had better manners. The cook is amazing. She made homemade sloppy Joe's and fried chicken. Their fried chicken was better than our KFC. In addition to cooking us 3 meals, she gave us a cave tour. I have no idea how they do it. They go above and beyond for the kids. Campfires, ghost stories, hiding prizes, running an arcade/trading post, and hosting game night. They got the kids to appreciate simpler times. The only suggestions I have are few. I think in the winter if there was a building people could sit would be nice. The dining hall was closed frequently for eating which I understand. The trading pot had limited seating and sometimes i just wanted to sit where it was warm or out of the mud. I also wanted a shirt with your old cave man design. I love those and its explains more of what it was and not just the logo. I want people to see that we gave camped. Lastly I wish there was a designated zone for gear drop. We got in late so no close parking. Having a drop or pick up zone would have been helpful. This is a special place with the best camp food I've had. I hope my son tells his kids one day. Testimonial written by Jessica Anderson on this site.

On 12/10/2019 Taylor Childers had this to say:
Took my Webelos there with his den. We had 10 scouts from our Pack and had a great time. Remember, you don't go for good sleep, you go for an amazing adventure with your scout. I loved letting my scout lead me into little nooks and crannies in the cave. So much fun. Bring waterproof boots and dirty cloths. We slept in a small 4x7 tent.

Contact Us

Eagle Cave
16320 Cavern Ln. Blue River, WI 53518
Phone: (608) 537-2988

Located in the Southwest Corner of Wisconsin. Located Off Highway 60 Between Muscoda and Blue River

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Cash, Debit Cards, Discover, MasterCard, Personal Checks, Visa

Our Hours

Holiday Hours May Vary. Please Call For Details.

Thursday: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM


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