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Current River Cavern is an extremely well-decorated cave with a wide variety of natural formations. A natural stream flows beneath the boardwalk, and a small waterfall can be seen from a side passage after heavy rains. The temperature inside is a constant 58 degrees Fahrenheit year-round.
We use remote-controlled, battery powered LED lights that give off a restricted light spectrum that does not disturb the cave life or promote algae growth (which can damage formations).
The last tour starts at 4:30 p.m. Guided 40 minute tours, include the on-site Mineral and Fossil Museum and Nature Center. The tour ends with a climb of 36 steps back to the surface.
Cave Spring Park offers a number of activities, including multiple ziplines, gem and fossil panning, or a quarry dig.
Cave tours: $12. Group discounts offered for school, church and Scout field trips.
Visit our website for details.
Open May thru September.
Enjoy beautiful cave formations and the silent beauty of the underground world. Tours are offered Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day; limit of 15 people per tour. Dress warmly and wear good walking shoes. No reservations are taken.
Sorry, we cannot accommodate large groups. Schools should call for special educational tours and programs.
Tickets go on sale 30 minutes before each tour: $5; younger than 13, $2.
We are trying to control the spread of a disease among our bats. Spores and germs from one cave can infect another. Help us help the bats. Do not wear or bring any clothing, shoes or equipment that has been used inside any other cave.
A part of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
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