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    I had been to this cave before (three years ago) and really enjoyed it.. but this trip was so over crowded it was not a good tour at all… a Korean lady took us through but had mostly talked about things other than the cave.. that is when we could hear her.. because the bad part is their was 26 people in our group which is waaaay more than there ever should be.. We were told a max of 20 when we had asked, and I thought that would be too much. My previous trip we were 12.. which is about right.At $13/per person you expect more in terms of content and less in terms of crowd.I would not recommend this tour.. rip off for the price and crowd.

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    I have only been twice in my 43 years. Once at 8 then again at 30. The first time my parents obviously paid. for the second time I went I wanted to see the bigger caves but there was only me and there is a two person minimum and nobody could pay 50.00 and there no way I was gonna pay over $100 just to see a bigger cave. The minimum should be eliminated since I highly doubt I am the only person that couldn’t go because of the set minimum. This place is like cell phone service and they nickle and dime you to death.

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    Good relief from the summer heat and a nice park on the grounds too, maybe for a winter visit.

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    This cave does have some damage done to it. Broken stalagmites and Stalactites from years ago when folks shot them off with their guns…That is about it though. There is still a lot of beauty to enjoy. The basic tour is great for kids to experience. Easy walk, not claustrophobic. Plenty of time to take photos. Our guide tried to hurry the group along and had really bad breath but we still took our time and made plenty of time for cool pics. Outside the cave there are stunning views. Very photographic area. Drive a little further into the park and there is a great picnic and camping area. Simple and perfect. There is also a ranch with a small museum. This ranch has the lowest priced horseback riding in the Tucson area with fabulous views. They gave my daughter a horseshoe as we watched them change a horses “shoe”. Also right there is a snack bar with food and drinks. Not too overpriced either. FUN day. GREAT for families. Photography galore! 5 bucks to get into this park is worth it. Very well maintained!

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    This is a must see. The guided tour is awesome, you can take pictures unlike Karcher. The history is very interesting and the tour guides provide a wonderful tour. The gift shop is an old stone building build during the Depression and is very lovely. I highly recommend this tour. The view from hilltop location is also very lovely.