Texas Caves and Caverns

     Texas is riddled with thousands of caves. I have visited the 7 show caves in Texas.  I have prepared the following pages to share information and photographs on each cave. Direct any questions you have to  wxstar3@hotmail.com and I will try to help you.

 Caving is not just an adventure...its an attitude!

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Click on the following Cave pages to see photographs and learn more about the cave.


Natural Bridge  This cave has special caving options and fabulous large rooms.   

Cascade is an excellent cave to visit. Be careful what you touch because this cave is still an active cave. A large part of this cave used to be under water.  


Wonder World Cave is a dry cave that was formed by an earthquake along the Balcones Fault. This cave does not have open rooms as you are virtually walking through a crack in the earth.  

Longhorn Caverns follows an extinct stream bed through the cave. The tour includes an explanation of the geology  as well as the history of the cavern.  

Inner Space Cavern  Several fossils were found in the cave including that of a saber- tooth cat. Awesome views!!!

Caverns of Sonora has some wonderful formations and scenes throughout the tour. Bill Stephenson, founder of the National Speleological Society, says, " The beauty of the Caverns of Sonora cannot be exaggerated, not even by a Texan."  

Cave Without A Name has a unique story behind its name. A contest held to find a name left a local student as winner. The student said that, "The cave is to pretty to have a name."   

Want to know about other great caves? Go to my Carlsbad Caverns Page or Ice Caves of New Mexico for information on Carlsbad as well as other caves in the United States. 


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