Most reviewed Caverns & Caves in Washington

  1. 4.5 Ape Cave Lava Tubes (322 reviews)
    - Great experience
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    Formed about 2,000 years ago from a volcanic eruption, this is one of the longest lava tubes (12,810 feet) in the world. See more..
  2. 4.5 Tree Root Cave (82 reviews)
    - Totally worth it!
    Spent 1-2 hours Nature & Wildlife Areas • Caverns & Caves
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    Definitely worth the stop. Park at the Kalaloch campground day parking (free). A short walk to the steps leading down to the beach (about 10 stairs). It’s located not far from the stairs. Not handicap accessible, but if you are able to climb the stairs and walk a short distance on sand, it’s worth it. My 5 year old nephew totally thinks a dragon lives there. See more..
  3. 4.5 Gardner Cave (35 reviews)
    - Awesome Adventure
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    The cave is a part of Crawford State Park about 10 miles north of Metaline Falls WA. It is about 1/4 mile S of the Canadian border so you can walk from the cave entrance to the Border and take your picture at a sign which says, I walked to Canada. The cave is tour only and only on certain days. See more..
  4. 4.5 Layser Cave (5 reviews)
    - A good stop not far off of Highway 12
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    Stopped here on our way back from Tri Cities area in Washington. This attraction is a short drive south from Randle Washington. We had heard about it from some folks and decide to stop for a break on the drive back to Portland area. Take Forest Service Road 23 south from Highway 12 just west of Randle. The signage is good, but you have to pay attention. The trailhead to the cave is off FSR 23 to the left and the road is gravel for about 1.25 miles. When you get to the wide spot in the road with parking you area here. The trailhead is not marked very well, but is off to the left. If you go by this point, the road narrows and gets pretty washboard and not good for two wheel vehicles. There are no turn arounds, so be careful. The trail is about 800 feet (from the parking area to the cave entrance). There are interpretive signs and nice views along the trail, but area was not well maintained (trash and vandalism). See photos See more..
  5. 4.5 Manresa Grotto (4 reviews)
    - We came upon the caves by accident
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    Really interesting and just standing there you seemed to feel like you were going back in time. Too bad there was also graffiti . See more..
  6. 4.5 Guler Ice Cave (2 reviews)
    - Great in a hot day
    Spent < 1 hour Caverns & Caves
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    There is ice in this cave even in August. Very cool walking down stairs into cave. Wear a sweatshirt. Great place for a picnic. See more..

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