Jacob's Cave in Osage Beach, Camden and Miller counties, United States | Caves

Jacob's Cave was the first commercialized cave in the Osage Beach Lake of the Ozarks area and was opened for tourists in 1932. At that time wooden planks were used for walkways and kerosene lanterns for light. Jacob's Cave is famous for it's depth illusion, reflective pools, ceiling sponge-work, prehistoric bones (mastodon, bear and peccary), and the world's largest geode. On the mile-long tour, you will see every type of cave formation imaginable, from millions of and massive stalactites and columns, to delicate.

Evidence of six ice ages and three earthquakes can be seen in the cave. Temperature remains a constant 53 degrees inside the cave. Jacob's Cave Osage Beach, between Versailles and Gravois Mills off Missouri Highway 5, on State Road TT, is the largest cave in the Lake area and is the only walk through cave in Missouri that is completely accessible to persons with disabilities. Baby strollers and wheel chairs are available for those who need them.

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