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Bull Shoals Caverns

1011 Cs Woods Boulevard

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Bull Shoals Caverns, located near Mountain Village 1890, is one of those special places in the Ozarks, a limestone cave formed 350 million years ago and still alive and growing today.

With beautiful cliffs above meandering rivers such as the White and Buffalo, deep blue skies contrasted with masses of green timber, and wildlife moving constantly in the background, the Ozark Mountains are one of the oldest mountain ranges on earth. Standing atop an Ozark hill, you feel like you're on solid ground. Yet, in many of the most beautiful spots, you're probably standing right on the top of a ceiling -- the ceiling of a cave room carved eons ago.



Tuesday, July 10, 2018
I wish the Cave Tour was longer because the Cave was amazing. I like that i had to duck in several places, made it feel like a cave. The old town above, now that I liked even more than the Cave. Spent over an hour looking at the old buildings and reading about it's history. Made it well the worth the $15. The gift shop was very nice.

Roxana C.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
My Family and I enjoyed the Tour. It was open on the 4th of July. Travis was awesome! Bull Shoals Caverns were created over 350 million yrs. ago. A River flows through the Caverns. It was the highlight of our day🙂 It's two min. away from the White River. Can't wait to come back to Arkansas.

Linda Harman

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Caverns are interesting. This one is privately owned. It has lights, and a concrete floor throughout which make it easy to see and walk. The lights spoil the natural environment of the cave, but liability-wise I see why they are there. There is a ramp and a few steps leading down to the cave and back up with about a 50 foot drop to the entrance. The cost for the tour is $15 which seemed reasonable for the length of it and the information given. There is no elevator and wouldn't be wheelchair accessible, and I would say probably no pets, but that wasn't posted.

Cindy Price

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
A little overpriced and the tour guide wasn't very knowledgeable. It is very chilly in the cavern, so it's a nice place to cool off on a summer day. Wear good shoes! The concrete floors in the cave are very damp.

Kayla McCaffree

Sunday, July 8, 2018
Wasn't to pricey, nice little 45 min tour. The guide was new so she wasn't the best, others had questions and she didn't have the answers. Had some really cool formations in the caverns tho.

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