A limestone cavern that's over 460 million years old. The caves maintain about 54 degrees year round.
Seneca is in the Germany Valley of Pendleton County. With over 100 known caves in the valley alone it is the most prolific area for caves in the entire United States. As part of the Appalachian Mountains the valley is home to some of the oldest limestone that can be found on the east coast. It is because of this limestone, which is water soluble that we have so many caves.
Directions: Seneca Caverns is located just eight miles south of Seneca Rocks on Rt. 33.