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A walk in Graham Cave State Park is a walk through ancient history. Artifacts uncovered in Graham Cave revealed that people were living in the cave more than 10,000 years ago. To walk through the park’s 386 acres of trees, trails and streams...more
My buddy and I camped out here and it was pleasant. The tent sites were in a nice area but the ground was not flat anywhere and many big roots near the top of the ground. It was pretty quiet for being near the highway....More
Don't let the name confuse you - this is not a traditional cave as far as Missouri caves go! It is a preserved archaeological site, and you can only enter a little ways into the cave then it is blocked off by fencing. A lot...More
This was our 2nd Missouri State Park, small and pretty. My biggest complaint would have to be the highway noise, it is terrible and takes away from the tranquility. There were no park hosts there the whole weekend we were there, the cave was closed...More
We camped in the campground and spent some time in the State Park itself. It has some nice hiking trails. The cave trail is short and a nice but you can't actually go into cave because of excavation being done. It is fun to see...More
Drove around the park which is beautiful natural setting. Walked a few of the trails.
Each trail has marked the distance and the type of terrain it has. The cave is still being excavated so you tour the cave. It is a beautiful place for...More
Earns only a "4" because of the lack of information about what archeologists have learned from excavations. There have been indications of human habitation going back as many as 10,000 years. While the park is beautiful I would have liked to learn more about the...More