Tumbling Creek Cave

This Registered Natural Landmark has two miles of known passage and glistens with stalagmites and stalagtites.

The cave is home to the most diverse group of cave creatures west of the Mississippi River, including eight species of bats, blind salamanders, and many insects. Two of the cave’s species are found nowhere else in the world. One is a millipede that lives in bat guano; the other is a tiny snail.

Link to 12 more photos taken when the crew shot video in Tumbling Creek Cave and the recharge area above it during March 2009.

Link to Tumbling Creek Cave Foundation