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This park has a very unique set of rock formations, sinkholes, and of course, caves and caverns. The mouth of the cave is spacious and perfect for fun events like cave yoga, and square-dancing. More information on this park and many more can be...more
Had our lunch with us and enjoyed it on the benches provided under the trees. Was very warm-in 90's this day but shade kept us cool. Went for various walks around the area. Sure has changed since last time we visited this place 18 years...More
Date of experience: October 2018
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Tennessee S, Owner at Dunbar Cave, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
This is great news! We're so happy to know that you had a good experience. Please visit us again soon.
Great tour with a lot of historical information. Bring that flashlight and light jacket. If you cannot stoop low, consider that there is one point where you will have to do so to continue on. The floor is, of course, uneven so wear appropriate shoes....More
We did the guided tour of the cave which takes about 1 and 1/2 hours. The park personnel are very knowledgeable and can answer virtually every question. The path through the cave is easy to navigate. The cave had many uses over the years and...More
Much has changed at Dunbar Caves! The improvements are nice with a path clear across the little lake and ramps being placed. You walk the trail to the cave and, at times, there are tours available inside the caves. We didn't get to do that...More
Dunbar cave area has a long history of being a great spot to visit. Prior to the invention of air condition Dunbar cave was a get a way from the heat and humidity of our southern town. Several country artist's, from Nashville, would head to...More
My fiancé and I went on the guided tour which was a little over an hour. The tour was $14/person and the staff was really nice and well informed about the area. Inside the cave it was pretty chilly considering how hot and humid it...More
Response from Kimberly D | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Yes, there's a couple trials that allows you to walk through the woods to see different parts and the cavern itself (beautiful). People go there just for small nature walks with there dogs. It's open so your dog can walk... More
Hi, Yes, there's a couple trials that allows you to walk through the woods to see different parts and the cavern itself (beautiful). People go there just for small nature walks with there dogs. It's open so your dog can walk in ease and not feel overwhelmed as well. Unfortunately as with kids your dog can't do the tour with you:-( who wants to leave family members out?! I did ask, they said it's due to safety concerns.