||Provides visitors with information on the park and its programs along with the surrounding area's attractions. The facility has restrooms available for public use and contains a gift shop with unique train related souvenirs.
||Opened in May 1989, the Chairlift carries visitors from the visitor center parking area to the floor of the tunnel's natural amphitheater. The Chairlift is 536 feet long and descends 230 feet. It is approximately a five minute ride each way and upon reaching the bottom terminal visitors can walk along a level boardwalk to the mouth of the Natural Tunnel. The Chairlift is open everyday from Memorial Day through Labor Day and then weekends only during the spring and fall.
||Natural Tunnel State Park offers seven (7) hiking trails. All are less than one mile except the Purchase Ridge Trail which is 1.1 mile out to the overlook. These trails lead to the unique features of the park: the tunnel floor, Lover's Leap, Tunnel Hill, Gorge Ridge and Spring Hollow Trail which takes the visitor to the north entrance of the tunnel.
||A modern swimming complex opened in May 1983 and features a 5,400 square foot pool, a large bath house and concession building. The pool is open daily from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend.
||The picnic area features 100 tables with grills, four picnic shelters with water and electricity that can be reserved for large groups and two comfort stations.
||The campground has 18 campsites with water and electric hookups, grills and picnic tables. The sites are suitable for RV's, camper trailers and tents. We also have 4 designated tent sites and a group camp area available. Campground reservations can be made by calling 1-800-933-PARK(7275). The campground is served by a dump station and restroom facilities with hot showers and flush toilets.
||Located near the picnic area, the park's amphitheater offers seating for approximately 2,000 people. The facility is ideal for the park's interpretive programming, concerts, and outdoor dramas. The amphitheater attracts local and regional productions, traveling troupes and other entertainment. Groups may reserve the amphitheater for a fee.
||Guided walks discussing the park's natural history, plant and animal life; evening campfire talks featuring local folklore; night hikes; Geo-rangers; and video and slide presentations on the park's natural history. A aviariety of outdoor adventure programming is also available such as Wild Cave Tours.