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Exploring the caves

Published 07/13/2012, The Republican Eagle

Sorin’s Bluff, also known as Memorial Park, offers 268 acres of hiking, biking, picnicking and some of the best views to be found in the area. The park was developed in the 1920s as a World War I memorial. Sorin’s Bluff was donated to the city after mining of the limestone was halted due to the destruction of the bluff.

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