Colossal Cave Mountain Park
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.
- #1 of 4 things to do in Vail
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Interesting cave with amazing formations. It's about a 30 minute tour and safe and non-strenuous for most people that don't have mobility issues. They have a gift shop and a small cafe that offers a...
Very fun trip!
Great trip. Was able to get tickets without a reservation. Did the short loop hike. Great experience.
Great Hole in the Ground
On a hillside outside of Vail, you get to walk around a dry cave, used for centuries as shelter by the Native Americans and later by thieves and robbers of the Old West. Made accessible for tourists...