When you think of bat caves in Texas, the Congress Avenue Bridge and Bracken Bat Cave probably come to mind first. There’s another place in the Hill Country, however, with a bat colony that’s over 3 million strong. Devil’s Sinkhole State Natural Area is a little-known park with one of the largest bat colonies in Texas. You can watch them emerge from a 350-foot-deep cavern!

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Visit the Devil’s Sinkhole website or Facebook page for more information.

Have you ever been to the Devil’s Sinkhole? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience! Tell us in the comments. Interested in more bat caves in Texas? Check out our previous article to learn about another.

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