Coldwater, Kansas


Caves


category : Natural Attractions
There are over 235 known caves on private land in southeast Comanche County. They are in the northern part of the Permian Basin, a geological formation which includes Carlsbad Caverns and Alabaster Caverns. Groups come to this area to study the bat caves. One cave in this area once held a still which supplied bootleg whiskey to pioneers.


Phone: 620-582-2705

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