Texas Bucket List – S: Sonora Caverns ~ Blogging Through The Alphabet


Caverns are always interesting to me and I find myself drawn to visit them. Of course, I don’t get to as often as I would like. We have lived not too far from several well-known caverns for a while now and I still have not visited them.

Sonora Caverns is some of those sites I would love to visit. Technically called the Caverns of Sonora, they are supposed to be lovely. The formations are found all over the caverns and some are even overhanging the trails. There are several options for tours into the caverns.

Found outside of Sonora, TX, the caverns are on land that is rich in limestone. The caverns were found on land owned by a ranching family, the Mayfields. A small opening was found first. As folks began exploring, bit by bit, they found larger and more beautiful areas of the caverns.

In 1957, one of the cavers noticed that humans were beginning to impact the cave. He pushed for preservation and protection of the cave. He was successful and after steps were taken to protect the cavern, it was opened to the public in 1960.

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Kirsten at Doodle Mom
Jennifer at Worth a Bowed Head
Kimberley at Vintage Blue Suitcase
Desiree at Our Homeschool Notebook
Markie at My Life As Mrs. Cooks
Hilary at Walking Fruitfully

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3 thoughts on “Texas Bucket List – S: Sonora Caverns ~ Blogging Through The Alphabet

  1. Kristen September 21, 2018 at 3:48 pm Reply

    I love visiting caves and caverns. We are lucky that PA is home to many different ones. If you get a chance, visit Penn’s Caves – where your tour via boat.

  2. Annette V September 25, 2018 at 10:17 pm Reply

    my lad would be tickled pink to see these, and I think I would enjoy it as well. 🙂

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