Cave Springs Cave Natural Area
Cave Springs Cave is basically a long "solution channel" formed by a groundwater-fed stream. The stream is considered to be an outstanding example of an Ozark Mountains cave stream and hosts the largest known population of the rare Ozark cavefish. The cave has also harbored a summer maternity colony of gray bats. Rare plant species also occur on the natural area, including the Ozark trillium.
From State Highway 112/264 junction on the south side of the town of Cave Springs, proceed north about 0.25 mile to Midway Avenue. Turn right (east) and travel 0.25 mile to the northwest corner of the natural area. Park along roadside.
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Hunting is prohibited on this natural area.
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