The park's natural wonder called Fisher Cave is a big draw. On a tour, you can see calcite deposits and passages with well preserved prehistoric claw marks, among other spectacular aspects, like natural 30ft. columns.
The Civilian Conservation Corps left behind a gorgeous legacy in the park in the form of now-historic buildings, such as the rustic style observation tower and lookout house, the gable-roofed pump house and the shelter house, all of which are a joy to explore.
The Maramac Spring is the ideal place to engage in some fishing with your little ones in tow, as you go angling panfish, catfish, or smallmouth bass.