Many activities are planned for the Labor Day weekend, September 1 and 2, at Indian Cave State Park. There will be guided horse trail rides and living history demonstrations. You will be able to see demonstrators dipping candles and making Granny’s lye soap in the village of St. Deroin. A broom maker will be in the old general store making corn brooms. There will also be a blacksmith showing the art of blacksmithing.
The museum is open all weekend and there you will be able to see displays of the park history. Park souvenirs and make-n-take crafts are available here. A scavenger hunt can be enjoyed by the young and young at heart.
Friday evening movie at the outdoor amphitheater will be “Belligerent As A Badger” and Sunday evening the movie will be “People Of The Bison”.


The “Pioneer Longrifle’s Gun Club” will hold their rendezvous on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Monday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Black powder demonstrations will go on throughout the day.
At noon on Saturday the park will offer a Fish Fry. The meal will include a catfish, baked beans, coleslaw, ice cream and a drink. The finale for Saturday night will be an aerial fireworks display starting at 9 p.m.
For further information you may contact the park by calling 402-883-2575. A park entry permit is required to enter the state park.