Grand Canyon Caverns
Grand Canyon Caverns is a natural limestone cavern and also the largest dry cavern in the U.S. An elevator takes you 210 feet underground where the narrated tour proceeds to the Crystal Room, which contains stunning formations of selenite crystals. You will tour the Chapel of the Ages cavern and travel through a 160-foot tunnel to the Snowball Palace. See the mummified bobcat that fell into the cavern over 150 years ago and the remains of a prehistoric ground sloth. Physically challenged guests can go on a shorter 30 minute tour viewing the first room. If you are looking for a bigger adventure, ask about their Explorer Tour!
Grand Canyon Caverns & Inn
Mile Marker 115, Rt. 66
Peach Springs, AZ 86434
Departure Location: Grand Canyon Caverns Curio Shop
Distance from Lake Havasu City: 109 miles
Departure Times: Every 30 minutes. Summer hours: 8:30am-5pm, Winter hours: 10am-4pm
Group Size: Up to 30
Length of Tour: 45-55 minutes
Rates: Adults $16.95 +tax, Children 5-12 yrs. $12.95 +tax
Additional Notes: Closed Christmas Day.
Physical Restrictions: Inclines, stairs, long distance walking, smaller spaces.