You don’t have to leave Alabama to enjoy the spring or summer adventure of a lifetime. Rickwood Caverns State Park, in Warrior, Alabama, is an attraction that will leave you in awe of the natural wonders the state has to offer.
The biggest draw to Rickwood Caverns State Park is the giant cave that is home to 260-million-year-old formations created by an ocean bed. In addition to touring the cave, you’ll find countless other state park and area attractions that will make your visit one you’ll never forget.
Things to Do
Every visitor of Rickwood Caverns State Park should take a cave tour. The guided tour runs from 10:15 a.m. to 4 p.m., and costs $16 for adults and $7 for children. A Camping and Cave Tour Package is available for those who will be staying overnight at the park.
Aside from the cave tour, visitors enjoy a long list of other things to do at Rickwood Caverns State Park. Relax in the picnic area, swim in the pool, go geocaching, try your hand at gem mining or lounge at your campsite and take in the breathtaking environment of the park.
Visiting and Camping
Rickwood Caverns State Park is open every day from 8 a.m. until sundown. The entrance fee to the park is $2 per person age 6 to adult. Swimming is $5 per person.
The park welcomes campers to its 13 developed campsites. Nine of the park’s campsites are open to travel trailers, motorhomes and fifth wheels of any size. Travelers enjoy the comfort and convenience of seasonal showers, clean restrooms, 24-hour security and a dumpstation. The base rate for camping Sunday through Thursday is $22.86 and the price goes up $2 on weekends.
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