Cave Spring -- Shannon County, Missouri--Cave spring--on the journey floating down the Current River in Missouri

Cave Spring -- Shannon County, Missouri--Cave spring--on the journey floating down the Current River in Missouri

Cave-Spring along the Current River. Not too long ago the only access to this beautiful location was from the river. Recently some nice folks built a really great trail (~5 miles round trip) that starts at Devil's Well (another great Ozark exemplar of karst topography).

Cave-Spring along the Current River. Not too long ago the only access to this beautiful location was from the river. Recently some nice folks built a really great trail (~5 miles round trip) that starts at Devil's Well (another great Ozark exemplar of karst topography).

Seriously?  How did I not know about this one?  - Onondaga Cave State Park | Missouri State Parks

Seriously? How did I not know about this one? - Onondaga Cave State Park | Missouri State Parks

The Current River near Salem,MO...the cave is a beautiful, the river is Swarovski Crystalesque and float is unforgettable

The Current River near Salem,MO...the cave is a beautiful, the river is Swarovski Crystalesque and float is unforgettable

Top of the Rock - Branson Missouri Resorts | Big Cedar | Branson Missouri Vacation Lodging

Top of the Rock - Branson Missouri Resorts | Big Cedar | Branson Missouri Vacation Lodging

Cave of Crystals Mexico Tour | Crystal Cave, Crystal Cave in Springfield Missouri, Crystal Cave Tours ...

Cave of Crystals Mexico Tour | Crystal Cave, Crystal Cave in Springfield Missouri, Crystal Cave Tours ...

Miller Cave-Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. This cave contains archaeological evidence of human occupancy from 7,000 B.C. to A.D. 1,400. Artifacts from this cave are displayed in the Smithsonian Institution, in Washington D.C. Miller Cave is part of a cave complex in the bluffs above the Big Piney River, along the southern boundary of Ft. Leonard Wood. One of the largest caves on Fort Leonard Wood, it is the only one open to the public.

Miller Cave-Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. This cave contains archaeological evidence of human occupancy from 7,000 B.C. to A.D. 1,400. Artifacts from this cave are displayed in the Smithsonian Institution, in Washington D.C. Miller Cave is part of a cave complex in the bluffs above the Big Piney River, along the southern boundary of Ft. Leonard Wood. One of the largest caves on Fort Leonard Wood, it is the only one open to the public.

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