Cave Point County Park

Cave Point is a popular sightseeing stop for tourist who know the area well. It is often missed by many because it is a County Park and not a State or National Park. This does not mean that the view here is not spectacular, because it is. It is known for its underwater caves and wave-worn limestone cliffs by fisherman, scuba divers, photographers and nature observers. It has picnic tables, cooking grills, fire rings, a well and new restrooms built in 2002. The road is blacktopped and the trails have had gravel put down for easy walking

Free Admission

  • Yes


  • On Water