This place is amazing! The most popular route in the caves is a 1.25 mile loop through the Big Room which is larger than 6 football fields and has formation on top of formation – stalactites, stalagmites, soda straws, draperies, flowstone, columns, popcorn and rimstone dams. It’s spectacular! We visited during a slow time which meant that very few people were in the cave with us making it even more magical. The Big Room route is self guided as is the Natural Entrance route. Six more routes are ranger guided. The park also has a visitor center, a scenic loop drive, backcountry trails, a bat flight program, and three short trails.
The only accessible route in the cave is 2/3rds of Big Room route but it has steep and slippery sections so assistance is necessary and some mobility devices are not permitted. Wheelchairs are blocked from the steepest sections and backtracking is necessary. Check the accessibility guide before visiting. The visitor center is accessible. The bat flight program has accessible parking and seating.
The visitor center lot has long RV spaces. Most of the pull offs along the main park road are large enough for RVs. RVs are not permitted on the scenic loop drive.