Regular Daylight Tours **Due to Hurricane Michael, the lighting will be limited, and flashlights are required during tour.
Adults: (13 and up) - $10.00 + tax per person
Child: (3 to 12) - $4.65 + tax per person
7 days a week
9:30 am - 4:00 pm (CST)
First come, first serve
Tours sell out early
Length: 1 hour
We are unable to do ADA tours. We do offer the virtual tour in the museum - above the gift shop.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL If not able to do cavern tour after purchasing tickets, rain checks are eligible.
NO VIP FLASHLIGHT TOURS TILL FURTHER NOTICE
Group Tours **Due to Hurricane Michael, the lighting will be limited, and flashlights are required during tour.
Minimum 20 persons or more
Only offered Monday through Friday
Call to reserve 3 weeks in advance
Cost $4.00 + tax per person (If tax exempt must email a copy for our records)
Spots are limited
To be eligible for a refund, must let us know 48 hours in advance to your request tour date.
Weddings **Due to Hurricane Michael, the lighting will be limited, and flashlights are required during tour.
Rental of cavern: $150.00
Additional $35 per hour for guide
Up to 20 people MAX
Must be done before or after operational hours
Maximum 2 hours long
For additional information contact 850-526-2650
Canoe Rentals (Closed Due to Hurricane Michael until further notice)
Half day: $22 for 4 hours or less
Full day: $27 from 8:45am-4:00pm
$20 deposit per vessel
If late deposit is forfeited
Cave Tour Rules
To protect the fragile environment, please observe the following rules:
DO NOT touch anything in the caves! Do not sit, stand, climb on, or kick anything (chemicals on our hands and skin will destroy the delicate formations)
Children must be accompanied by an adult
NO food, drink, gum, or candy
NO tobacco products or electric cigarettes
NO pets (except certified service animals)
NO backpacks, large purses, or bulky totes
NO strollers, or infant back carriers
You may take pictures in the cave but… NO tripods or monopods are allowed
Educational Field Trips Teachers and students frequently use state parks as outdoor classrooms. Florida school groups, including vocational schools, colleges, and universities can visit a state park without paying the day-use entry fee. Just ask your school principal, professor, or other appropriate official to write a letter stating that the park visit is related to a specific school curriculum and is for educational purposes. Organized groups composed primarily of children (younger than 18) must have one adult chaperone for every ten children or fraction thereof.