Local Adventures | Natural Bridge Caverns


As I said in this post we went to Natural Bridge Caverns after our weekend camping trip and I have to say, it was well worth the money. I’ve seen two other caves, Penn’s Cave and Longhorn Caverns, which were both nice, but this one topped both of them. Only discovered in the early 1960s, the cave was discovered on private land is still privately held.

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The ‘natural bridge’ above one of the entrances to the cave.

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There were some fantastic formations in this cave and I was absolutely in awe every time we turned around. I was also happy that we were able to take our time, somewhat, in that we could spend time as we descended stairs and going up them to look around.

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The calcite in some of the formations is very glittery!

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Fossils are tucked away in some of the rock.

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If you are near San Antonio I definitely recommend detouring off I-35 for this gem.

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2 thoughts on “Local Adventures | Natural Bridge Caverns

  1. Gayle says:

    I remember being there. It’s cool. More great photos.

  2. Mandy says:

    love these photos. thanks for sharing them with us.

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