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.
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We took the basic tour into Colossal Cave. The guide was very knowledgeable and answered many questions. Having been in other caves, I was disappointed to see the vandalism to the stalagmites and...
Well guided cave tour
Great guide (Domingo?) or Craig (if you didn"t like him). Sadly very damaged cave from the olden day tours, but it has a very interesting history and great to see a dormant cave waiting for some...
This was our third time visiting the cave, but our first time was over 20 years ago. Our guide said she was from Arizona but she had a strong Texas accent. I’m not sure where the accent came from...
- Website Listing Tag(s): Caves/Cuevas, Western Experience/Experiencia del Oeste
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