Nestled, quite literally, into one of the rolling hills of west central Ohio is Ohio Caverns, one of the state’s oldest tourist attractions.
Current generations are not always amused by the amusements of our great-grandparents.
Ohio’s Blue Hole, for example, once drew loads of visitors who tumbled from their Hupmobiles and Model T Fords to enjoy the thrill of water bubbling up from a hole in the ground near Castalia. The Blue Hole, alas, is no more — the attraction, not the hole itself, which is still bubbling away.
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Story excerpt provided by The Columbus Dispatch.
Written by Steve Stephens.
Originally published July 21, 2019.