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Coral Caverns
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Reviewed 2 September 2012

My husband and I visited Coral Caverns Labor Day weekend. We were on vacation and stayed at the Bedford Springs resort, so this was a short easy trip! This was our first cave experience, and while it is not a large cave it is worth it! The owners are knowledgeable and friendly. It was great to learn a few new things and experience the cave up close.

3  Thank Findol
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Reviewed 26 August 2012

We went on the tour today. It is a family that owns the Cavern so they are only open weekends. They have five children who are amazingly well behaved and are extremely intelligent when it comes to the Cavern. One of their children lead the tour, I was worried at first because he was young, but there was no need. He knew more than most adults about any question you could ask about the Cavern ( he better get bonus points in Science class). The Cavern it self was beautiful an a great experience, there is an empty bat nest, fossils and formations. If you are from the area it is a shame to NOT go on the tour. It is $12 per adult and if you send a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope you can get free tickets for children. It is cash or check only. The gift shop didn't seem to actually have anything to purchase, but rather an museum and show grade pieces that are a real treat to view.

5  Thank VanessaPrimavera
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Reviewed 20 August 2012

We visited the caverns on sat. & were very impressed. It was a great find. You could actually walk through and see things up close.I would not recommend flip-flops,the floor is slippery due to the clay floor.That's what makes this place different,its very old time tourist stop. Will be going Back!

1  Thank melissamakins
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Reviewed 14 August 2012

I went on a Saturday and found the cavern with no problem, GPS directions work well. I liked that the caven stays true to a cavern feel without too much commercial upgrading. We actually got to walk on the cavern floor and right up to all of the sights inside without being corraled and blocked off with decksand ropes. It was nice to look around the gift shop that is set up more as a museum to stroll through at my leisure with no sales pressure.

2  Thank Anne Marie G
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Reviewed 14 August 2011

Hard to find. Take directions. Interesting railroad car at driveway entrance. Note the hours, only open weekends. The visitors center is small as well as the parking area. Cost was $12 per adult in 2011. Really wasn't that crowded. My group had about eight people. Tour lasts about a half hour. The guide was decent. The fossils were well preserved and very interesting. Bring good solid shoes. As expected terrain inside was damp and uneven. Some areas were slick. You also have to be capable of going up and down wet stairs. just be careful. Overall, decent for a side trip.

2  Thank ceephus
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