Cascade Caverns

Boerne, TX

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Address: 226 Cascade Cavern, Boerne, TX 78015, USA How do we get there? Number: 830-755-8080
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About this activity

No-one said adventure had to be ABOVE ground! There are plenty of underground adventures ready to be had across the country, and Cascade Caverns in Texas is one of them!

The way to explore the cavern are their 45 minute to one hour guided tours. These are great so you can really learn all about the caverns, the history, as well as ask plenty of questions!

Make sure you check the times of the tours before you arrive, but don't forget your adventure is underground, so if it's rain, hail or shine, you know you can still have a family adventure!

Did you know that Cascade Caverns are a very comfortable 64 degrees all year round? Perfect to get out of that hot Texas heat if you like! The cavern itself is a living cavern, with pure water still falling on those amazing formations. In fact, they are all constantly changing.

When you take the tour, make sure you look all around you! The stalactites, stalagmites, and various other formations are all waiting for you to explore them. Nature is a wonderful thing!

Don't forget your camera! It's also Texas’ only cavern with a 100 foot waterfall!

Cascade Caverns are located within a 105 acre park, so why not enjoy it before or after the tour. Take a picnic, or enjoy the playgrounds!

There is also a campground on site if you want to extend your stay in Texas a little longer!

A fascinating, educational and unforgettable experience in Texas with the amazing Cascade Caverns!

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How much does it cost?






$9.50 (Ages 4 to 11)


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Cascade Caverns FAQ’s

No strollers permitted on the tours

Take a picnic and enjoy it in the 105 acre park that surrounds you!

Make sure you wear comfortable walking or tennis shoes

They offer group rates for 14 or more persons, so why not bring the students and have an incredible experience out of the classroom!

No strollers permitted on the tours

You can bring bottled water with you but make sure the bottle is brought out of the cavern

The cave is only accessible via a long descending stairway

The cave was first discovered in the 1700s as there are artifacts and a cave fireplace found!

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