Best Caves In Arizona You Must Explore

Colossal Cave Mountain Park, Vail

Though Colossal Cave is the primary focus of the park, the park itself is 2,400 acres of pristine Arizona beauty.

Kartchner Caverns State Park, Benson

First discovered in 1974, Kratchner Caverns became the centerpiece of Kartchner Caverns State Park.

Cave of the Bells, Santa Rita Mountains

Cave of the Bells is located in Coronado National Forest Sawmill Canyon. This is probably the most remote of all the caves in Arizona.

Peppersauce Cave, Oracle

Another of the many limestone caves in Arizona, Peppersauce Cave, is like the Cave of Bells in that you are free to explore it on your own. 

Lava River Cave, Flagstaff

If you want to visit one of the more unique Arizona caverns, head to Coconino National Forest and enter the Lava River Cave.

Coronado Cave, Hereford

Coronado Cave is located close to the US border with Mexico. You won't have to drop an expensive deposit to enter the cave.

Grand Canyon Caverns, Peach Springs

The title of the deepest cave in Arizona and the largest dry cavern in the United States goes to Grand Canyon Caverns.

Onyx Cave, Santa Rita Mountains

Onyx Cave is located close to the Cavern of the Bells, both of which are in the Santa Rita Mountains.

Soldier Pass Cave, Sedona

A big part of the Soldier Pass Cave in Arizona is the trail you have to hike before you get there.

Birthing Cave, Sedona

Sedona is rife with cave systems, as you will soon see, and the Birthing Cave is just one of the more popular among many.

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