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6/13/20 -The lights are green and we are open! The cobwebs have been swept away and the park is open for weekends, looking ahead to open during the week as well. With our new online booking system it's easy to see when things are picking up for those of you that are interested in having a quieter park experience. Oh and we have had 3 new baby fallow deer in the past few days!

5/15- Polar Caves and preparing for the "new norm", we are going to be focusing our efforts to provide safe, fun, and high-quality times for our guests during the Covid-19 era. We are still awaiting the "green light" to reopen, and are supportive of the efforts being made around the country to keep everyone safe and healthy. We are happy to field any questions you may have about visiting us this summer. Please reach out via email at retail@polarcaves.com for more information. We will be providing updates here and on our Facebook page as we have more information (such as, our expected open date.) Remember, we never take our rocks for granite :) 

4/17/20- Spring! We are all needing the fresh air of Spring, and we are welcoming it whole-heartedly. We are spending our efforts prepping for the warming weather, tidying up and focusing on methods to keep our staff and eventual guests safe (and sanitized). Seeing the park turning green gives us all a sense of the next stages. We wish you all well and look forward to being able to welcome you and your families back!

4/8/20- Spring Scouting- Our park scouting trips are proving that things look great! Giant ice blocks can cause damage, trees can block paths, and Yetis can jump out at anytime.

3/23- New Deer Barn! We just completed our new deer barn and it's beautiful, and the dear are a happy herd. 

3/16-  New GM! We have a new General Manager, Alex Templar formerly of the Gunstock Nordic Center, joined our team. Passionate and dedicated to people, Alex has made his life about adventure, nature and sharing those experiences. He earned a degree in Psychology from the University of Idaho, and has an eclectic work background. He has worked with at-risk populations in wilderness treatment, owned a raft and kayaking company, facilitating corporate team building clinics and makes a point of keeping his office outdoors. We are excited to welcome him to Team Polar Cave and look forward to getting people outside with everyone smiling! Most importantly he wants transparent communication with guests and employees alike and has a way of getting everyone excited... he has asked us to share his direct email account as Alex.Templar@PolarCaves.com.