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I came here with my family (husband and two sons). It is right down the road from the Dunning Springs waterfall, so we got to see both in a short amount of time. The cave goes is narrow at first, but opens up into two...More
It was a 90+ degree day when we went. Was very cool seeing the cold air coming out as we approached the cave. The cave itself is not big, but it is chilly inside and pretty neat. It is a short walk as the road...More
Quick little stop at the ice cave. Doesn’t go too far in. The road to the cave was closed but we were able to walk around the barrier and to the cave. Nice stair entrance but the cave didn’t take very long to see.
The cave is very short. It's more of a crevasse in the side of a bluff. Most people there came out bewildered. "That's all it is," was the common expression. It would be good to visit on a 95 degree day for a quick break....More
Signs to get here are too small or maybe non existent? We had to stop a jogger to get directions: do we go left or right on Ice Cave Road. When we got there, it was one small parking area and maybe our travel trailer...More
We had to ask where the Ice Cave is. We went too far and got to the 'pick up' point for rafters and had to turn around. Very little parking and only a very tiny sign. It's a small area and you need a flashlight...More
This is an unusual spot and a rare geological structure. To see the ice you need to visit in the Nay - July time frame. It is cold and you need a flashlight. Cave entrance is only about 50' off the road. Parking is very...More
really needs some upkeep,....this COULD be a jewel, ....ya need a flashlight....there is ice all the way back as far as tou can go.....just kinda sad someone left this to them, and it has fallen in disrepair....how about a frat or sorrority from the college...More