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Florida Caverns State Park, Marianna

(4.6/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
In addition to featuring many outdoor activities, Florida Caverns State Park is the only park in the state where you can tour a cave system. Rock formations inside the limestone caverns include elaborate stalagmites, stalactites, flowstones, and draperies. The park organizes guided tours of the caves during which you can learn about their history and gain additional appreciation for these geological wonders. Additionally, the Chipola River that runs through the park offers opportunities for fishing, boating, canoeing, and kayaking. The park has a network of hiking and equestrian trails, a concession and a playground area, and a nine-hole golf course. Both full-facility and youth campsites can be booked in advance. Cave tours are very popular; it's a good idea to reserve your ticket. Using our online itinerary creator, Marianna attractions like Florida Caverns State Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Visited this for the first time in the early 1960's. Have been several times, most recently with 7 year old grandson. Interesting, educational, nature trails, cave tour, and a swimming hole. Also, pic...  more »
  • Very nice park. Had site 28. Bathrooms were very clean and camphost was friendly. This is a full hook up campground, sewer, water and up to 50 amp service. 
  • Beautiful, unique caves. Guided tours are provided by knowledgeable people. There are nice places to picnic, swim, and hike. Call ahead in rainy season, as some areas may be closed. 
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  • We had a park ranger take us on the tour of the caverns and she was great. A MUST Stop if you are interested in Nature, ecology, the environment, or just want a rare treat for the whole family. Fun and education at a reasonable price, hours of enjoyment
  • The caverns were beautiful! Caverns do require extensive crouching one must be nimble. Don't wear a back pack unless you want to be reprimanded by the sassy tour guide. Also, they do turn the lights out on the tour for a minute :o
  • Great camping discounts. Two week campground stay limit. Clean restrooms with laundry. Sites have water, electric and sewer connections. Campground Hosts are friendly and helpful. The blue hiking trail is scenic. Great place to relax.
  • I approve. Good place to go. This is a hidden gem in the country. Lots of privacy, shady area, and the staff is awesome. This place is far off the beaten path and just an awesome place. Highly recommended that you take the cavern tour. It's worth the money, and not really expensive. When you're in the area eat downtown on State Road 90 at Jim's buffet. You will enjoy it. Home cooked food and a reasonable price. Buffet style or order from the kitchen .
  • The cavern itself was beautiful. But be careful of who you have as your tour guy. I was led by a older gentleman that spent the entire tour preaching about God, "the artist of the cavern", and trying to disprove evolution. It just ruined the tour for me. I was there to walk around, enjoy the view, and learn about the science behind the caverns.