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Jacob’s Cave was the first commercialized cave in the Lake of the Ozarks area—it opened for tourists in 1932. The cave is famous for its depth illusions, reflective pools, ceiling sponge-work, prehistoric bones (mastodon, bear and peccary) and what is believed to be the world’s largest geode.
On the mile-long tour, you’ll see many types of cave formations, including millions of “soda straws” as well as huge stalactites and columns. The temperature in the cave is 53 degrees year-round.
Jacob’s Cave is located between Versailles and Gravois Milles, off of Route 5 on Route TT. The largest cave in the Lake Area, it is completely accessible to persons with disabilities. Baby strollers and wheel chairs are available for those who need them.
Visit our website for tour information and schedules. Admission: $20; ages 5-12, $10; ages four and under, free.