Colossal Cave Mountain Park
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Hidden high in the southern Arizona Mountains with its endless Sonoran Desert vistas, rich history, and authentic Wild West vibe, Colossal Cave Mountain Park is a destination for the adventurous at heart. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places the 2400 acre park and ranch feature:
• Guided Cave Tours
• Hiking and Biking Trails
• Horseback Rides
• Petting Zoo and Butterfly Garden
• Camping and Picnic Areas
• Terrace Café (food & spirits)
• Special Events
• Party, Special Occasion, and Business Meeting Venue
Just 15 minutes Southeast of Tucson. Open daily 8am to 5pm, closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. Adults $18. Children (5-12) $9; under 4 Free. Military with ID $14; Military Child with ID $8.
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Mixed opinion on this tour.
The cave itself is beautiful to see, but I didn't care for the tour itself. Our tour size was about 15 people, though I'm told it is sometimes as large as 30. We were at the back of the group, and...
Interesting - worth visiting once
The history of this cavern is as interesting as the cave itself. While this is not a "living cave" per se, such as Karchner's Caverns which are relatively nearby, it does have a fascinating history...
OK dry cave to visit
This is an OK older dry cave that is pretty mundane compared to most other notable caves. Unfortunately, being a dry cave, there are few really beautiful features. So many have been damaged in prior...