Welcome to our Kids’ Corner – where PC explorers begin their Polar Caves journey!
Seven Super Cool, We Mean Polar, Attractions
Explore the underbelly of the earth, and journey through the earth’s past to a time when mega fauna ruled North America, where ancient horses, mastodon, and giant cousins of modern-day armadillos roamed across the ancient world.
Become a PC Explorer
Do you have what it takes to become a PC Explorer? Are you curious, adventurous and kind to all? Join our PC Explorers and discover the stories behind Polar Caves' top attractions, from the Baker River Mining Sluice to the habits of the species found at the Animal Park. Keep your eyes open - adventure awaits at Polar Caves.
Check Out Babbling Brook Society
If you are planning a trip to Rumney, New Hampshire, consider starting your journey with Babbling Brook Society, a short, fantasy novel about summer employees who learn how climate change, pollution and friendship influence hidden societies of tiny, ancient residents.
The target audience for this book is nature lovers – both young and old, but ideas of miniature societies living in the nether regions of Polar Caves, poking around bog plants or lurking in tree hollows appeals to children too. A family read is appropriate. The story will energize a hike through the caves or a walk around Quincy Bog with the fuel of imagination.
The book is on sale in the main lodge, or for additional information, visit http://www.babblingbrooksociety.com.