This was a nice experience that takes a couple of hours to fully enjoy. The park boasts REAL caverns complete with stalagmites and stalactites. The only way to see them is to pay the nominal fee for a tour which was offered every hour the day we visited. There is a gift shop, visitors center and rest rooms. The caves have several steps, uneven ground, moist or wet areas and areas with low ceiling in the caves, So wear your sneakers for sure. The tour takes approximately 45 minutes and once you start there is no going back as you are with a tour guide and he has the only light. We really enjoyed the stories our guide shared with us about the creation of the park and how the caves were made navigable for tours. It is the MUST SEE attraction at the park.
The park also has a couple of walking trails. My friend and I took one of the shorter ones and it was beautiful! The land is uneven with rock formations jetting out of the ground in some areas. There are areas that are not safe for young children as there are no fences along the trail and we found ourselves looking over the edge toward the ground about 15 feet below, but for adults with common sense its a great time with a lot to see. There is one cave to walk through on your own, which we did ... and both hit our heads due to a lack of light. If you have time, walk one of the trails.
The park also has a fresh water spring, however many times through the year it is closed due to algae. That was the case the day we visited. We did walk around the blue spring and it was pretty. Plenty of grassy area around to have a picnic and the kids to play, even if you can't go in the water. There are restrooms near the spring.
Overall, it was a great experience and I will probably go again when I am in the area. You NEED sneakers to enjoy this park. Also, bring a Camera because the picture opportunities are beautiful!
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