You Can Explore A Three-Mile Long Horizontal Cave At This Georgia Natural Wonder
If you’ve lived here a while, you may think you’re familiar with most of the natural wonders in Georgia. Providence Canyon, Radium Springs, Tallulah Gorge: the list could go on and on. But there’s one lesser-known Peach State natural wonder that is a bit more of a hidden gem. Howard’s Waterfall Cave is tucked away in Dade County. It’s a horizontal cave that extends for about three miles and has ancient Cherokee writing on the walls. This place is utterly fascinating!
Remember that a permit is required before exploring Howard’s Waterfall Cave in Georgia, and cavers must travel in groups of at least three. You can get more information from the Southeastern Cave Conservancy website.
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Address: Howard's Waterfall Cave, 1728, 264 Back Valley Rd, Trenton, GA 30752, USA
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