This is the hill. even from a distance, you can see that the rock is a little "different'.
Cave opening. You can clearly see it from RT. 44, including idiotic graffiti. In fact, the cave is less than 50 yards from the road. The interior is almost completely covered in graffiti, some of it offensive:
From the inside. This would be a good cave to camp in, it it wasn't sooo close to the road.
The interior tapers like a tube. A very small spring runs through it.
Like just about every geological feature in places where "geological features" are fairly rare, this place has a Legend. Google for it, I won't bore you with it here...
And, like most interesting features which are unlucky enough to be located close to populated areas, certain people feel the need to make their "mark" on it. Its as if they want to erase any "primeval" or "natural" aspect, and force the place into civilization. A small & neat carving of a name or initials, with a date, might actually be cool, for the future- " I wonder who "J.D. was? And he really was here way back in 2012?"- but Sloppy Racist Spray Paining doesn't cut it...