CavesOf course, the reason to go is to explore the caves, and the five below are the best that I saw during my visit. Each one has something unique that sets it apart from the others, so don't just visit one while you are there.
HikingNot to be outdone by the caves, there are a couple great hiking trails here. I have only got a chance to check out one, but it was great and provided amazing views.
Historic Points of Interest
This area is full of history from both the settlers and the Native Americans that lived here. In the northern part of the park, there is not a lot of caves, but there are some historic points of interest that you should check out.
Captain Jacks Stronghold
Lava FieldsWhile driving through the park, you will reach one particular part that is especially amazing for viewing lava fields, Devils Homestead Flow. This overlook provides a view of lava rock that goes almost as far as the eye can see. You can see it below.
Visitors CenterThe park visitor center has information about the area and maps which show you how long each cave is. It is worth stopping by just for this, but if you forgot a hard hat or a flashlight, they were even checking them out from the visitors center if you left an ID.
Here are a few videos I made of the park.