What to know
Bull Shoals Caverns is 350 million years old and still alive and growing today with underground streams that flow throughout the caverns and a small waterfall at the back of the cave. The caverns have been used by prehistoric natives, civil war soldiers and moonshiners. At 59 degrees year around the caverns are now home to bats, salamanders, frogs and camel crickets. The many natural formations are easy to view during guided cave tours along the well-lighted concrete trails; large gift shop and gemstone panning available.