Explore More Than 6 Miles Of Passages Inside Alabama's Tumbling Rock Cave
Alabama boasts one of the world’s highest cave densities. In fact, the Yellowhammer State attracts several cavers each year because of our many incredible caves, one of which includes Tumbling Rock Cave. For information about this cave, take a look below.
Tumbling Rock Cave (Tumbling Rock Cave Preserve) is located off the beaten path in Jackson County, Alabama.
It's a beautiful horizontal cave that's known by numerous cavers from all over the world.
Featuring countless stalactites and stalagmites throughout it, Tumbling Rock Cave is one of the South's coolest caves to explore.
In addition to these stalactites and stalagmites, another popular feature of this cave is its Topless Dome, which is a 400-foot-tall shaft with a waterfall flowing from it. You'll reach this part of the cave about a mile in.
Offering more than six miles of passageways, Tumbling Rock Cave is one of Alabama's longest caves.
It also attracts cavers year-round thanks to its incredible features and constant 58-degree temperature.
The next time you're planning to visit Jackson County, Alabama, make plans to explore its Tumbling Rock Cave. It's an absolute must for cave enthusiasts.
For more information about Tumbling Rock Cave, you can view Tumbling Rock Cave Preserve's webpage
. Keep in mind, a permit is required to explore Alabama's Tumbling Rock Cave. Click
to request one.
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Another Alabama cave that’s worthy of exploring is Cathedral Caverns. For information about this cave, be sure to take a look at the following article:
The Stalactites And Stalagmites Inside Alabama’s Cathedral Caverns Look Like Something From Another Planet.
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Tumbling Rock Cave Preserve, 3407 Co Rd 111, Fackler, AL 35746, USA