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“Scary”

Hurricane River Cave
Ranked #4 of 15 things to do in Harrison
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Owner description: Currently closed for restoration.
Reviewed July 21, 2015 via mobile

Prior owners deceased and current owners don't honor Internet prices. The cave planked path is rotting. Not safe. Was happy to leave.

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Reviewed June 8, 2015 via mobile

Actually, you can take a wild cave trip here, too.

Hurricane River Cave has always been my favorite commercial cave because it's far from typical. There are no colored lights (just white) and no guides. You go. You're on your own. You explore.

It's about as far from Fantastic Caverns as you can get. (Tour wise, not geographically.) It's narrow at places and you'll have to duck. If it's been raining a lot in the past few weeks, it's going to be a little slick and muddy. If you're concerned about your vehicle, you might want to bring an extra pair of shoes.

Totally a family business, too, so give them a call to see if they're open if it's close to the posted business hours.

Highly recommended if you want to get the feeling of a wild cave or get introduced to wild caving.

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Reviewed June 4, 2015

My wife and I went here as part of out honeymoon... it was fantastic. We've been to many national parks and often go of the beaten path... this place has it if you're ok getting dirty! We elected to not do the extreme tour (wife 6 months pregnant) but the kind owners offered to do just part of the extreme tour so she wouldn't have to crawl on her abdomen. We simply did the self guided tour and still had plenty of fun. We there well before tourist season and got to spend some quality time with the owner and learned the history of the cave an property - totally worth it.

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Reviewed April 6, 2015

My husband and I were trying to come up with something fun today on a rainy Sunday off, and he remembered that he had passed the sign for this cavern a few times. We are so happy we decided to do this. The cavern was beautiful. We got to see tons of bats. We loved that the cavern was self guided so we were able to take our time and look around at everything we wanted to see. We also enjoyed taking tons of pictures. Beautiful cavern and cheap price to visit!

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Reviewed March 22, 2015

Went caving one year for the family vaca. This one was actually closed but they were there when we called to check days/hours and said come on up and they took us through on our very own tour. All caves in this area are worth the time and effort! Was actually in 1998 but date doesn't allow that as a choice/

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