As the other posts said,visually, it's not impressive from the surface. A 20 foot surface pool sitting in a 30 ft sink, but wait untill you see it from the water. I was not prepared for the size of the cavern, you will need lights, in fact they require them. Pop down to 60 and 90 ft and look back up, it will humble you. At 92 ft is the grim reaper sign, trust me, my dive light peering into the blackness of the cave convinced me to go no farther. Back up for some SI time and a bite to eat, new tanks, then spend time in the upper caverns looking at fossils and exploring. Diver only attraction, no other amenities for bystanders. As on other post owners are friendly and helpful, give them a call to make sure there open before coming.
If your diving Florida caverns this is a must dive. Don't let it's low visibility and unimpressive exterior put you off.
I for one will dive it again as long as they will let me
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