Cave Tours
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Coming Events:
2022 Schedule

Tentative Schedule Below
Depending on Pandemic Situation

April 16th - Opening Weekend
Sat 5:00 PM  Camper Potluck


May 8th Mother's Day Weekend
Sat 2:00 PM Free Ice Cream Sundaes for all Moms (cost for other guests $1 per sundae)


May 28-30 Memorial Day Weekend
Sat 5:00 PM  Meal for all campground guests. (Bring covered dish and utensils.) 
Sun 6:00 PM   BINGO


June 19 th Father's Day Weekend
Sat 2:00 PM Free Ice Cream Sundaes for all Dads (cost for other guests $1 per sundae)


July 2nd - 4th - Fourth of July Weekend
Saturday 6:30 PM   BINGO


September 3 -5th
 Labor Day Weekend
Sun  6:00 PM   BINGO


October 8  Closing Weekend
Sat 5:00 Camper Potluck 
6:00 PM Meeting for all permanent campers




Member - Pennsylvania Cave Association

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MEMBER - Central Pennsylvania Convention and Visitors Bureau
MEMBER - Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau
CAVE and CAMPGROUND OPEN
for 2022 SEASON

Open Weekends Only for the 
Remainder of the 2022 Season




Experience Spectacular Woodward Cave


One of the largest caverns in Pennsylvania, its nickname reflects its five spacious rooms, one of which, "The Hall of Statues", is 300 feet long with a 40 foot cathedral ceiling.  Experienced guides conduct a well explained, easily walked tour offering 50 minutes of nature at its best.

"THE BIG ONE". -  Open Since 1926




Hall of Statues

CABIN RENTALS

Cabin rentals by the night or weekly.  One , two, or three bedroom.  Call for reservations.

The Red Cabin
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Cave Entrance
CAMPGROUND

Visit our beautifully groomed 13 acre campsite area nestled within the Appalachian Ridge and Valley area.
Woodward Cave Campground
Bat News:
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission Annual population count at Woodward Cave:
2013: 24 bats
2014: 54 bats
2016: 229 bats
2017: 301 bats
2019: 532 bats
2020:  650 bats
2021:  869 bats
Bats Return to Woodward Cave
The bat population of Woodward Cave was wiped out in the winter of 2010.  Almost 3,000 died that winter from White Nose Syndrome. Since that time, the bat population has slowly recovered and now numbers almost 900.

Woodward cave is the third largest hibernating site for bats in Pennsylvania.

Woodward Cave is proud of our efforts to cooperate with the reserchers and game commission experts who have helped in this effort.