Cave Liability Waivers

These documents are not caving permits!  

We're providing these forms on-line only to speed transfer of forms between cavers and cave patrons and to reduce mailing costs. You are required to have the appropriate form in the patron's files before entering an IKC-managed cave. To actually visit one of these caves, you must contact the individual cave patron or grotto liaison to obtain a permission and/or the keys to the cave gate.

Agreement between the Indiana Cave Survey and the Indiana Karst Conservancy, Inc

August 1990

This agreement is entered into between the Indiana Cave Survey (ICS) and the Indiana Karst Conservancy (IKC) for the purpose of making cave locations, descriptions, and other relevant information available to the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, for its use in the Hoosier National Forest (HNF) pursuant to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the IKC and the Forest Service.

Wayne Cave Donation List

$10,000 or more
IPALCO Golden Eagle
               
$5,000 to $9,999
Dick Blenz
Bob Decker
Keith Dunlap
Central Indiana Grotto
National Speleological Society
               
$1,000 to $4,999

Wayne Cave and Property Management Plan

Monroe County, Indiana

(As Approved September 13, 2003)

INTRODUCTION: The Indiana Karst Conservancy, Inc. has purchased the 20-acre Wayne Cave property. The Conservancy will manage Wayne Cave so that it will be available for recreation and scientific study by responsible cavers while at the same time protecting the cave for future generations of cavers. The surface property will be managed to enhance the overall natural setting while protecting the sub-surface resources.

Sullivan Cave and Property Management Plan

Lawrence County, Indiana

(Revision Approved March 18, 2006)

INTRODUCTION: The Indiana Karst Conservancy, Inc. purchased the 28-acre Sullivan Cave property. The Conservancy will manage Sullivan Cave so that it will be available for recreation and scientific study by responsible cavers, while at the same time protecting the cave for future generations of cavers. The surface property will be managed to enhance the overall natural setting while protecting the sub-surface resources.

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