“hunt for lost treasure!”
This desert refuge has sheltered people for over a thousand years. It has been home, shrine, hideout, inspiring workplace, exciting playground, tranquil retreat. On the National Historic Register, the 2,400-acre Park showcases crystal-filled Colossal Cave and historic La Posta Quemada Ranch. Cave tours, Western trail rides, camping, picnicking. As you browse our website we hope to show you some of the beauty of our Mountain Park, including Colossal Cave. Any time you’re in Sunny Southern Arizona, feel free to drop by in person. The temperature in the Cave is always a cool 70°F.
Colossal waste of time. I had just been to Carlsbad the previous day and quite frankly this did just not measure up. I paid more to enter here than I did at Carlsbad. I will be planning more trips to Carlsbad, Colossal Cave, not so much.
Great little cave to visit -- tour is about an hour long, easy to maneuver inside the cave. The tour guide we had was knowledgeable and walked slow so that it was easy to follow. Compared to other caves, such as Carlsbad Caverns, yes, this cave system is small and not as grand, however, is still worth the time. Cute little gift shop where you get your tickets. Get there in the morning when they open for smaller groups.
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Colossal Cave Mountain Park
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