Cherney Maribel Caves County Park is a exciting natural park for everyone and the generations after us.
Cherney Maribel Caves County Park offers many caves and crevices that are open and accessible by a series of trails to the public when the park is officially open like Coopers Cave, Staircase Cave, Pancake Cave, Tunnel Passage, and Spring Cave by viewing deck only. The park also has some caves that are gated open only for set tours during certain times of the year like Maribel New Hope Cave and the Tartarus Cave System.
Local volunteer groups including the "Wisconsin Speleological Society" have been working in conjunction with Manitowoc County Parks and Planning Commission to systematically excavate the glacially deposited sediments in the passages in order to restore the natural beauty of one of those caves... aptly named "New Hope".
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2020 projects the Wisconsin Speleological Society has been working on at Cherney Maribel Caves County Park is cave restoration and park clean up. Maribel New Hope Cave is closed for the season.
Cherney Maribel Caves County Park
Season dates: April 1 to October 31
(Weather & Park Conditions Permitting)
General Park Hours & Rules
Dawn to Dusk daily
No fee to enter park
Pet friendly must be on leash at all times
-NO CAVE TOURS DUE TO COVID-19
-PARK IS OPEN