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We take all our out of town guests. It is small and personalized. The tour takes about an hour. They have a gift shop and the cavern tour guides are very knowledgable. We camped here when our children were young and they have a small...More
We went to this Park to see the Cave whole we having a week at the Beach in Destin. The cave is very good condition. Many we have visited have been damaged in the past or guided by audio, ok. However, our guide here Dawson...More
Interesting history exhibit, cute little gift shop, and excellent, educational tour of the caverns. Brenda did a great job as our tour guide! For homeschoolers, I highly encourage you to get some information on caves before coming here (we downloaded the National Park System cave...More
The cavern tour was beyond expectation which was mostly due to our comedic tour guide, Dawson! Good job, Dawson. Don't forget to replace your lighter. 😉 We will be planning a flashlight tour in the future.
We had an amazing time. Our teenagers had fun exploring the Caverns, the trails and learning about the importance of bats. We were disappointed about not being able to go sweeming in the spring due to excessive amount of rain.
We've been to a coupe caverns in Virginia so thought we would check these out. They did not disappoint. Our tour guide was Casey & he was very knowledgable & interactive. I'd read that the tour was about 45 minutes but ours was closer to...More
We have wanted to stop here for a while and it had always gotten skipped. Almost did again today as it was storming but we went anyways and I am glad. Our youngest child asks a lot of questions and Casey our tour guide was...More
I went to Marianna to visit the Florida caverns cave. This was an amazing experience. I shared this experience with my family. The tour guide was great and made it really fun. I recommend always being in the front of the tour to hear everything....More
Geological wonders right here in Florida Panhandle!
Take the tour of the Caverns..Rangers are entertaining and educational. And best of all..it’s 65 degrees all year round in caverns! Great beat the heat travel stop!
Response from Deborah D | Reviewed this property |
Sadly,the FLORIDA CAVERNS STATE PARK along with others are still not open due to HURRICANE MICHAEL'S aftermath!People are allowed into these CAVES only with a TOUR GUIDE!TO get UPDATES on this Park & others in the area to... More
Sadly,the FLORIDA CAVERNS STATE PARK along with others are still not open due to HURRICANE MICHAEL'S aftermath!People are allowed into these CAVES only with a TOUR GUIDE!TO get UPDATES on this Park & others in the area to see if they are open try checking out the Florida state parks site. This site will have update info for you to access.GOOD LUCK!
My son and I rented a canoe from the same gift shop where you get cavern tour tickets. It was about $22 for a half day. At the gift shop they give you life vests, a whistle and paddles. Then you drive a mile or so to the... More
My son and I rented a canoe from the same gift shop where you get cavern tour tickets. It was about $22 for a half day. At the gift shop they give you life vests, a whistle and paddles. Then you drive a mile or so to the canoe launch, select a canoe and off you go. The water was nice and cook and very clear. Lots of shade, so not too bad even on a really hot day.
I saw this on the site for Fort Walton Beach. Has anyone ever been there? Is it very far from Destin?
July 25, 2007|
It is up north of Panama City off RT 231. near Marianna. We were there years ago and did a little diving. It will take you a 1-1/2 hours or so - this is a guesstimate.
Palm Harbor, FL
Cape San Blas to Pensacola to Florida Caverns State Park?? (1 Replies)
The week of Thanksgiving, we're taking a family trip up to the Panhandle. First two nights we have booked at Old Iron Saltworks in Cape San Blas. After that we want to head to Pensacola for the Naval air museum and then over to the Florida Caverns State Park and possibly Falling Waters State Park & Torreya State Park. We don't have reservations the next two nights as we plan to play it by ear. I'm interested in any suggestions for great casual restaurants, places to stay, and fun family...More
October 21, 2005|
Response fromMary K|
Sounds like fun, we spend Thanksgiving at old Saltworks and Cape San Blas is the only place to gather shells, literally! If you are around Friday absolutely go to Apalachicola for the Christmas celebration. Fun and definitely off the beaten path. Right outside the Fl Caverns Park is a wonderful restaurant-who's name escapes me but is right outside the park entrace. The Zoo is small but worth a visit. Sadly a lot of places in our area (we're in Ft Walton)are hurricane hammered, Seville Quarter...More