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Green Lake was one of the first features you see when going down into the caverns / it was pretty neat feat of Mother Nature- be sure you take your camera for pictures / very interesting! Would repeat !
This is not the most exciting part of the caverns, but it's nice nonetheless. The lack of water in the caverns is an interesting fact, but you won't know why there's so little water unless you do a bit of research before your visit.
Due to the incandescent lights that used to be used in the cave, there is a lot of green stuff growing on rocks, etc, that the Nation Parks hopes will stop growing since they've switched to LED lighting.
A pool of water along the King's Palace tour, the Green Lake isn't very interesting by itself. Everything else on the tour overshadows it. Note that you must reserve and participate in the King's palace tour to see it, but if you know where to...More
The "Lake" is pretty small, however it is very deceiving. It looks like it is only about a foot or two deep, but according to the ranger it would be well over your head. It takes specific conditions, depth,dissolved minerals, etc. to give it the...More