The name Crusoe has a bearing on Defoe's legendary fictional character Robinson Crusoe. The cave is part of a network of subterranian caves that traverse the Crown Point and Store Bay areas. This cave was probably a pre-historic freshwater course known to the Amerindians who lived in that part of the island. Access to the entrance of this cave is located on private property.
This cave is not particularly enchanting and the steps are not safe .. so entry is at one's own risk.
There is a small fee charged by the family who live on the land in front of this cave.