Parking is along a dirt road and if you do not know where you are going you will miss it. I took my grandchildren to this site I have visited many times. You will have to descend a walkway into the grotto, that is easy to negotiate, as long as you stay on the trail. I would recommend a headlight for when you enter the cave and unless you are truly adventurous, there is a limit of how far you can enter into the cave before you are crawling on your hands and knees. There is a stream that runs through the cave that is thought to travel under ground and exit in Arch Spring. Do not attempt to enter the cave or the grotto in spring (you can look) as the grotto fills with water from spring run off. You may as well see the spring too as you are in the area. In springtime the water gushing from the arch in the spring is wont to cover the bridge below it.
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