Cave-in-Rock State Park

Cave-In-Rock State Park is an Illinois state park on 204 acres (83 ha) in Hardin County, Illinois in the United States. The state park contains the historic Cave-in-Rock, a landmark of the Ohio River. It is maintained by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR).

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... to steam up and down the river, and Cave-in-Rock has been a recognized landmark of river tourism ever since ... In 1929, the state of Illinois acquired 64.5 acres of land, including the cave ... land were acquired later to form the current park ...

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