Spooktacular Cave Tours
UPDATE 8/24/20: With the start of school and most of our cave tour guides being school age, we now have limited staff giving tours on the weekdays. Wait times will be increased, and may be up to an hour or more. Please plan accordingly – Thank you!
COVID 19 Notice: ALL Guests wishing to go on cave tour must wear a mask at all times during tour. Masks may be brought by guests or purchased from Spook Cave Store- only a limited supply of masks available for purchase
Open daily May- October , 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Last tour leaves at 5:00 pm daily. Please plan ahead, sign-up for last tour of the day by 4:00pm weekdays and by 3:30pm Saturdays to guarantee your tour!!
The slow processes of nature have been developing the cave near McGregor for centuries and centuries, but it was opened suddenly by man.
Early settlers of Clayton County often referred to the strange noises coming from a hole at the base of the hill along Bloody Run Creek, but it took Gerald Mielke to make the discovery of nature’s handiwork. These beauties are now available to the public. Guided boat tours tell about the discovery and development of the cave. Formations are also pointed out and described. No walking involved; underground, out of the weather
– always 47°F.
Interesting! Educational! Fun!
Open 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
***Last Tour Leaves at 5:00pm Daily***
Adults 13 Years & Older $14
Kids 4-12 Years $10
Kids 3 & Under Free
***Due to Covid 19, special restrictions will apply for cave tours***
Free picnic area available for cave goers!
Group rates available with