Each year thousands of visitors discover the cultural and natural significance of Russell Cave. Some visitors spend their time exploring the great mysteries of the prehistoric Native Americans, while other visitors explore the 115 species of birds that live on Montague Mountain. See just some of the adventures that await you at Russell Cave below!
Ranger Led Tours
Ranger-led tours to the entrance of the cave shelter are offered daily upon request and depending on staff availability. The boardwalk to the cave shelter is wheelchair accessible. Visitors must stay on the boardwalk at all times.
Outside, at our gazebo, rangers will periodically offer prehistoric weapons and tools demonstrations. Weapons demonstrations are offered daily upon request and are subject to ranger availability. Check out our calendar for special programs and demonstrations offered throughout the year.
Picnic benches can be found around the parking area of Russell Cave. Picnicking is first come, first serve and there is no barbecuing allowed on site. Drones or unmanned aircraft are not permitted anywhere within the park, and the possession of a metal detector within park boundaries is a federal crime. If you have any more questions about rules or regulations, please regard the Russell Cave compendium.
Last updated: June 18, 2020