Spend The Day Exploring These Three Historic Caves In Alabama

When it comes to the outdoors, Alabama is known for many things. For example, with more than 4,800 discovered caves, the Yellowhammer State is known for having one of the highest cave densities in the United States.

If you’ve been wanting to explore some of Alabama’s caves, how about taking a day trip to do so? Listed below, we’ve included a route that’ll take you to three of the state’s most historic caves. Round trip, this route’s drive time is expected to take less than five hours, which makes it perfect for a day trip.

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Have you ever explored any of these three historic Alabama caves? If so, please share your experience(s) with us in the comments below.

For more information about Alabama’s Cathedral Caverns, be sure to take a look at the following article: The Stalactites And Stalagmites Inside Alabama‚Äôs Cathedral Caverns Look Like Something From Another Planet.

Address: Rickwood Caverns State Park, 370 Rickwood Park Rd, Warrior, AL 35180, USA
Address: Russell Cave National Monument, 3729 Co Rd 98, Bridgeport, AL 35740, USA
Address: Cathedral Caverns State Park, 637 Cave Rd, Woodville, AL 35776, USA