Howes Cave is such a small community that you could easily miss it as you motor down Route 7. But looks can be deceiving. The small town attracts thousands of visitors each year because of its underground caves. The chiseled walls of the caverns, located more than a hundred feet below the surface, even hold an underground lake.
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