Showing posts from June, 2020

See Bridal Cave in a New "Light" 🕯️

Bridal Cave & Thunder Mountain Park is one of America's most scenic caverns ! If you've been on the tour before, you already know how scenic the journey is. If you've already been on the tour and you want to experience Bridal Cave differently, we have lantern cave tours at the Lake of the Ozarks . These special tours only happen Memorial Day through Labor Day on Saturday evenings. Read on to learn more about our lantern tour!  When are the Lantern Tours? Our lantern tour is only offered on Saturday evening at 7pm, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Space is limited and you don't want to miss out on this unique experience of seeing our  Missouri Show Cave  just like the first explorers did! This special 75 minute guided tour of Bridal Cave details the adventure of what cave exploring used to be before electric lights. Imagine the excitement of seeing this now-famous cavern by hand-held lanterns. Your guide will give an in-depth history of Bridal Cave, L

Reviews from Recent Cavers!

Bridal Cave is the perfect activity for kids of all ages and adults to take a break from the hustle and bustle and enjoy the natural beauty of the Ozarks. From our one hour guided cave tour, gemstone mining, feeding the fish at our boat dock, nature trail, and rock shop, there is something for everyone to enjoy! Don't just take our word for it, check out what our GREAT customers have to say about their experience at  Bridal Cave .  “Our family had a great experience at Bridal Cave. The cave itself is beautiful and our tour guide was so nice. She patiently answered all of the questions coming from our kiddos. Highly recommend!” ~Angie Harington Amos “I love this place. I've been coming for years and will keep coming back. They always have the best tour guides, beautiful views and a nice fun tour.” ~Dan Jenkins  Very neat place, first time there. We didnt go thru the caves but we did do the stone cleaning & that was really fun plus the store is very nice with beautiful items

Lake of the Ozarks Staycation -- Things to Do in Your Backyard!

How many times of you said, “We can go do that anytime as it is right here.” And then 30 years go by and you haven’t seen it. With travel uncertain, now more than ever is the time to explore your own backyard. The Lake of the Ozarks has so many incredible things to do and if you live here, why not take advantage of the area you live in! Even if you are a local, there may be places and attractions you've never heard of! Read on to get a full guide from your friends at Bridal Cave !  Look For Things off the Beaten Path  Camden County Museum 206 S Locust St, Linn Creek, MO 65052 Our museum is perfect for self guided tours. We also offer group tours by appointment. Historical journals and publications, genealogy services and vintage exhibits. Our exhibits include tools, clothing, furniture, firearms and Civil War memorabilia as well as the new addition of the Indian relics display. Fire Tower in Camdenton 783 Thunder Mountain Rd, Camdenton, MO 65020 Camdenton Lookout, a 60' steel

Camdenton Middle School Student Conducts Research Inside Bridal Cave!

When you take a tour of Bridal Cave you get to enjoy both a fun and educational experience, one of the many reasons visitors enjoy the tour. There is a lot to learn about our cave ecosystem and a Camdenton Middle School student took advantage of this by completing her Science Fair project about algae growth inside our cave. Read on to learn about her project! Cassidy Hannigan a student at Camdenton Middle School recently did a project on Cave Algae this last school year for her Science Research class.  Cassidy Hannigan found in her research that the lighting inside show caves can cause algae to grow on the cave walls, and that bleach and hydrogen peroxide is often used to remove the algae. The algae itself as well as the harsh chemicals used for cleaning both negatively impact delicate cave ecosystems. Cassidy hypothesized that exposing algae to green light inside a cave would disrupt the process of photosynthesis, therefore preventing algae growth, while still allowing visitors to see