Longhorn Caverns State Park Overview:
Longhorn Caverns are a Hill Country wonder that have housed Comanche Indians, Confederate Soldiers and, perhaps, and outlaw or two. Today the site is a state park, offering a number of tours and educational programs. Longhorn Caverns State Park is an ideal attraction to fit into any vacation to the Lone Star State.
What to Do at Longhorn Caverns State Park:
Longhorn Caverns State Park is one of the most popular natural attractions in Texas.
Hiking and sightseeing are the primary activities within Longhorn Caverns State Park. The cavern itself is the main attraction, although there are plenty of trails topside as well. Historical and nature study are popular reasons for visitors to stop by Longhorn Caverns State Park. Longhorn Caverns State Park is one of a handful of caves and caverns that are open for public tours in and around the scenic Texas Hill Country Region. Each of these sites make for a great summer activity as the below ground temperatures remain mild even during the hottest portion of the summer months. So, visitors are advised to time their tours with the hot midday hours to avoid the above ground heat and to ensure they are comfortable during their underground tour.
Longhorn Caverns State Park Visitor Information:
Longhorn Cavern State Park is located 6 miles west and 6 miles south of Burnet on Park Road 4 off US Highway 281.
Facilities incude a gift shop, deli, snack counter, picnic area, and hiking trails. Longhorn Cavern State Park is open 7 days per week, year around except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and during Public Hunts.