By Terry Kovarik
If it’s August in Door County then it’s time for the Horseshoe Bay Cave Tours. The cave is normally off-limits to people because of ground water conditions and because the prime tenants, four species of endangered bats, like their privacy. Door County Parks Superintendent Ben Nelson says August is an ideal time for people to see the cave. Groundwater levels are down and the bats are spending more time feeding and flying. Tour goers will also get the chance to see a nature-made art show.
The Horseshoe Bay Cave’s geological attributes make for an ideal wildlife preserve.
The one hour tours of Horseshoe Bay Cave run August 4th and 5tth from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Reservations are recommended by contacting the Door County Parks Department.
Door County Parks Department (920) 746-9959 or email@example.com