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Cascade Caverns

The upper cave is relatively small (approximately ¼ mile available for viewing), but when conditions are right visitors are treated to a 90-foot waterfall at the end of the trail. Seriously cool discovery channel like experience to view a subterranean waterfall. It is kind of like being at Hamilton Pool, but underground. They recently have […]

Cave Without a Name

A one-hour tour is offered of the six major rooms in this Hill Country cave. Several sources have identified this as one of the better kept secrets of Texas caves. Ask them how the cave got its name, or no name. Take 474 north from Boerne and turn right on Kreutzberg Road. If you want […]

Caverns of Sonora

If you are way out on the western edge of the Hill Country you should consider heading over to these “growing” caverns located west of Sonora. You can come here to view the beautiful caverns, to do some camping, and to hike on the nature trail or even do some sluicing for gems. When is […]

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Colorado Bend State Park

This State park on the Colorado River offers an interesting variety of habitats and physical features such as the glorious 60’ Gorman Falls (a travertine waterfall that is actually growing in size rather than eroding). You should take the guided trip if you want to view the falls, but make sure the water is flowing or you […]

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Inner Space Caverns

Three different tours are offered at these caverns located approximately 20 miles north of Austin where the temperature is always 72 degrees. When you finish here you can drop down to Austin to rent a kayak at the Rowing Dock or go for a swim at Barton Springs to finish off the afternoon. To get […]

Longhorn Cavern State Park

The cavern was formed as a result of water cutting through the limestone formations in the area approximately 280 million years ago. Portions of the caverns previously were used as a dance hall and for religious services. There is a guided tour available that takes approximately 1.5 hours. There are hiking trails at the park […]

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Natural Bridge Caverns

You can take an hour and fifteen minute tour of approximately one-half mile of the caverns during your visit to this cave. The name is taken from a natural feature located above ground, you shouldn’t have any problem spotting it. For an added bonus, there is an underground stream that flows under the right conditions […]

Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center

This beautiful preserve offers a hiking trail, a swell waterfall during wet periods and, of course, a cave. This is a great place for a hike among the oak and cypress trees and to take some wildlife photos and there is an educational center onsite if you want to learn a little more about the […]

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Wonder World

Operators bill this as the only cave in the country created by an earthquake – it’s Balcones Fault, not ours they say. Aftewards you could drive over to the Lion’s Club and rent a tube to float down the sparkling San Marcos River. Exit IH 35 at mile marker 202 in San Marcos and look […]