This article is about something that was for a period of time or is no longer in Club Penguin.
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The Cave Mine was a underground cavern in Club Penguin, where miners could dig for treasure. Initially discovered during the Cave Expedition, this cavern was opened up after a rockslide revealed the entrance. Penguins later set up mining equipment, and since then, it was a place to dig for coins.
The mine was very dark, and used a snowball-powered generator to illuminate the cavern. In November 2013, tremors caused this cavern to collapse, and was then sealed off indefinitely.
Dig for coins
Like in the Gold Mine, you could use a Hard Hat, Snow Shovel, Miners Helmet, or Red Construction Hat to dig up coins, by dancing. The maximum amount of coins you could earn was 100 coins. You could not find coins while wearing a Safety Vest.
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- During the Cave Expedition, there was nothing on the scaffolding by The Snowball Powered Generator 3000, and no support beam by the entrance. A boulder blocked the path to the Hidden Lake until players completed the Amethyst Pin.
- During Sensei's Water Scavenger Hunt, the Cave Mine was nearly flooded to the ceiling.
- This room is one of eight rooms to be removed completely from Club Penguin, the other seven being the Sport Shop, the HQ, the Command Room, the VR Room, the Ninja Hideout, the Recycling Plant, and the Stage.