Saturday, May 06, 2017

BLOGGING INSIDE THE KANSAS CITY MYSTERY CAVE AT ROANOKE PARK

Just a bit better than so-called urban exploring, here's a peek at one of many Kansas City adventure spots that hipsters have yet to ruin. Take a look:

In Kansas City, One Stubborn Cave Won't Give Up Its Secrets

Roanoke Cave. 1930s. Before the entrance was concreted over. Posted by John Fulmer on Friday, July 31, 2015 In most ways, Roanoke Park, in Kansas City, Missouri, is like other urban parks. Early plans describe it as "a bit of wilderness" in the middle of a bustling neighborhood.

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

There was an ice cream seller in this cave a hundred years ago, or so. Also, the cave was dug by archeologist from UMKC, some native items recovered. At least that's what I read in a book at the main library that had the caves of Missouri as it's subject. The only other natural cave in Jackson County is off of Wayne City road northeast of Sugar Creek.

Anonymous said...

Rip off get use to it.
KC Taxpayers suck Dick.

SMS From Jimmy Hoffa said...

Will someone please call 911. Some scab ass hole dumped concrete on the exit to this cave and I can't get out.