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Bridal Cave, Camdenton
(4.4/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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  • I think this cave is definitely worth a visit. Beautiful formations and very friendly staff. The souvenir store is very pleasant. If you've never done a cave tour then this is a must see. 
  • The tour guide was very informative and interactive and was great with the kids on our tour. The cave was easily accessible. 
  • Didn't have to wait long for next tour to start. can be very wet if it recently rained. The stairs down to the entrance are the most strenuous. 
  • Bridal Cave was incredible! Spectacular formations throughout the cave. Well worth the visit. It's right on the shore of Lake of the Ozarks, so the surroundings are beautiful too. Our tour guide, (Tiffany?) was very knowledgeable and taught us about caves generally and Bridal specifically. She was willing to take as many questions as people had and was able to answer most. She told us the story of the one question she couldn't answer. There's a beautiful pool at the back of the cave called Mystery Lake. There's a mystery in Mystery Lake.
  • They were truly beautiful caves. The rock formations are amazing!! The clear lake is breathtaking
  • Beautiful caves with unique features... highly recommended.
  • Great tour guide such a great guy a Chevy man lol made it very fun for my children and my man and me. Thanks a lot.
  • Great! Bridal Cave's charming little Visitor's Center has a surprising variety of minerals and marine invertabrate fossils (and a roughly $500 theropod "dinosaur footprint"), and allows its guests to crack open their own geodes and pan for gold and the like. The tour itself was (at least for me)equally entertaining, and informative, exploring both the cave's natural history and its history as a tourist attraction.