The Graham Cave State Park is a state park, historic site, and recreation area in Danville, Missouri. It is best noted for its rich cultural past.
The Graham Cave State Park is named after the Graham Cave, popular for being an archaeological site that traces its roots back to more than ten thousand years ago. It may not be as massive as other state parks in the country with only 386 acres inside it, but it is packed with a great amount of things to see and do. It is filled with trees, streams, and trails, including the Graham Caves Glades Natural Area.
Visitors of the Graham Cave State Park can enjoy camping, hiking, picnicking, and fishing at the site. There?s also a playground area for kids found inside the state park.