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Texas Hill Country has something for everyone and that’s why it’s so great! Whether you’re in the mood to camp on the hillside, take a dip in a beautiful swimming hole, or go horseback riding on a breathtaking trail, there’s plenty to offer!
But there is one special thing that the Hill Country has that makes it different from anywhere else… caves, and lots of them!
Due to the landscape’s rugged hills of limestone and granite, there are a ton of beautiful caves. The caves run through the entire Hill Country, each being more breathtaking than the next. Some are underwater, some have been turned into theme parks, and some are homes to millions of bat. Although each cave is different, they are equally amazing!
These natural wonders are so magnificent that y’all have to see them to believe it!
Check out the Texas Hill Country’s top 10 most amazing caves and caverns, and we’re sure y’all will start planning your trip immediately!
1. Inner Space Cavern – Williamson County
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2. Natural Bridge Caverns – Comal County
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3. Bracken Cave – Comal County
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4. Longhorn Cavern State Park – Burnet County
(Photo Credit: tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/longhorn-cavern)
5. Cascade Cavern – Kendall County
(Photo Credit: cascadecaverns.com)
6. Caverns of Sonora – Sutton County
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7. Cave Without a Name – Kendall County
(Photo Credit: cavewithoutaname.com)
8. Westcave Preserve – Travis County
(Photo Credit: westcave.org)
9. Wonder World Park – Hays County
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10. Jacob’s Well – Hays County
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Amazing, right!? The Hill Country really does have it all!
Now it’s time to get out there and start exploring!