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Cathedral Caverns

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637 Cave Road, Woodville, AL 35776


Cathedral Caverns State Park is one of two of Alabama's State parks with a cavern. Cathedral Caverns is one of the most amazing caverns in Alabama and a great experience that will last a lifetime. Cathedral Caverns became a National Natural Landmark in 1972 and later to become an Alabama state park in 2000. Cathedral Caverns State Park is located in Kennamer Cove and roughly about 5 miles northeast of Grant, Alabama in Marshall County. Cathedral Caverns State Park is off the beaten trail but well worth the trip.

Cathedral Caverns is opening is 123 feet across and 25 feet high and the largest natural commercial cave opening in the world!

Things To Do

Gem Mining, Cave Tour, Gift Shop, single backcountry camping and improved primitive campsites.

Enjoy the view of one of the largest stalagmites in the world known as "Goliath"  243 feet in circumference by 45 feet tall.

Cathedral Caverns is karst cave and roughly spans over 3 acres with 2 miles of paths. Archaeological excavations indicate that Native Americans occupied the cave from as early as 7000 BCE to 200 years ago. Cathedral Caverns State Park welcome visitors from around to the world to view the amazing stalagmite forest.

Cathedral Cavern , Alabama State Park, National Natural Landmark, Woodville, Marshall County, Alabama