So little has been said or written about the Pancake Cave over the years that there is no official documented history on the cave known of yet. Pancake Cave is situated a ways off the banks of the West Twin River in the Wisconsin State Natural Area of Cherney Maribel Caves County Park. The cave is located in the escarpment ridge that runs the length of the park measuring about sixty feet in height above the river bed. The entrance to the cave is almost at the top of the bluff line along the park bluff and is not easily reached. There are no natural trails to this cave other than a jagged talus climb. Pancake Cave is distinguished by its semi-circular entrance that just a few feet across with a small crevice looking entrance that makes for excellent photo shots. This cave goes in naturally about eight feet and is shaped like large pancake. Pancake Cave is a solutional cave that is relatively quiet and dry with little or no water inside. All around the entrance in the talus pile you will find a neat array of moss covered boulders.