“Come witness the mystery and wonder”
See Texas Downunder! Come witness the mystery and wonder of Cascade Caverns. The beauty of this "up close and personal" living cavern makes it one of Texas’ finest and a fun and educational experience for adults, teens, and kids. Cascade Caverns is an "up-close and personal" kind of cave with guided tours of small groups to experience the mystery and wonder of the cave. Situated within a 105 acre private park that includes tent camping and full RV sites as well as nature trails among mature cedar and live oak forests, the Caverns were the setting for the Civil War era novel The Hermit of the Cavern and the Patrick Swayze film Father Hood. The beauty of this living cavern makes it one of Texas’ finest caverns. It is host to the albino Cascade Caverns Salamander (Eurycea latitans), unique solution domes, "chubby" stalactites, Eastern Pipistrelle bats, cliff and leopard frogs, as well as an underground waterfall and lake. So don’t forget your camera. Cascade Caverns is a vacation experience you and your family will remember for years.
Be sure to arrive early! Wear good walking shoes w rubber soles. Use the bathroom before your tour. Awesome sites. Perhaps not the most appropriate activity for toddlers/very young school kids as there's no touching of the walls or any formations in the taverns AND its a 70min tour w no food allowed. Bottled water allowed in taverns.
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