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Endless Caverns, New Market

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  • Endless Caverns has been kept in a slightly primitive state which, in my opinion, is great. Having said this there are things to watch out for, namely some slippery steps and other spots but the tour ...  more »
  • Tours run every 2 hours so if not timed correctly you will have a wait. It was a fun tour with a wonderful guide , I'm sorry I don't remember her name. Good non slip shoes should go without saying. We...  more »
  • The caverns were very nice, not as touristy as some of the others and that is what we were looking for. The tour guide could use some lessons speaking with a group and more knowledgeable about the cav...  more »
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  • We loved the endless caverns campground. It was peaceful and quiet, from the beginning when the super nice camp guide escorted us back to our campsite, until the day we left. We had a huge spot at the top of a ridge that was so perfect for sitting out in the evenings with our fire going in the stacked rock fire pit. There were a lot of campers there, but we still had the feeling of being alone on our "mountain." We have 2 small dogs and their doggy facility was a bit far from us, as were the dog waste stations, but that was part of the seclusion we enjoyed and we had forced exercise several times a day! 😀 We took the endless caverns tour on our last full day there and loved it. We had two guides on the caverns tour because one was still in training and both guides were friendly and knew their stuff. The end of tour "surprise " was worth waiting for. The camp store was well stocked and staff was super friendly. We'll be back!!
  • This is a very nice Campground lots of trees and shade around also some hiking trails. Restrooms are very clean. Will definitely come back here again. The caverns are a nice attraction right on the property.
  • Lots to do and see! Amazing Awe-inspiring scenery! Cooter's is just round the corner!
  • The good: The camp sites were clean and most were pull thru's. There were a lot of things to do onsite. The cave tour was great and very authentic. Batgirl was a great guide even though our group was very challenging. The staff was very friendly and responsive to issues that might come up. The bad: Water pressure at the bathouse showers was not the greatest. Hot water was available barley at the bathouse. In most showers you have to mix the hot and cold to get the desired temp. In this case, it was hot only and no cold and this was during an of peak period. Our particular camp site was long and narrow which forced us to set up the living area behind the rv. It wasn't the end of the world but an inconvenience. They advertise that they have wifi. They may have had it somewhere, but not at any of the areas I visited. I think this is very misleading, at best, on there part. While I didn't go camping to be on the internet all the time, if they indicate that they have wifi as an amenity it should be reasonable available for use. Over all my stay was ok. Will I go back? There are better places for the money, but this place is ok. Knowing what I know now about this place, I will be better prepared next time I visit.
  • Very taxing on our RV but well worth the extra gas, and money spent on admission. With the caverns on site it saved us from having to use our scooter to do activities as such. Camp ground was very well maintained, with rocks and gravel sites to make it level and more pleasing on the eye's. The staff were friendly and insightful, thank you "Dave from the cave" for our cavern tour. Most or all sites were full hookup. They also had many trails for hiking. Though a little taxing due to up hill, coming back down was wonderful. We saw many wildlife while staying in what I thought was a high traffic of the camp. The area where we stayed was a little far from dumpster and bathrooms, but did not take away from our experience. We didn't get a chance to hike all the way up to the Hollywood style sign, but would suggest doing so by the advice given by locals.