I took two teens to Anderson Spring cave Sunday (Lafayette Ga). We had a great time! The water was low enough that we only got wet up to our knees. Saw some 6" red salamanders with black spots, a dozen (very healthy looking) bats, and a large bull frog that we caught in the cave and released at the entrance. The different levels with formations is quite amazing and in excellent condition. I guess since the cave is difficult to get to, very few people have had the opportunity to destroy the pretties. We only made it back halfway to the PVC container and look forward to seeing all of it in the future.
The hike back up to the car at the top of the mountain is brutal in 95 degree weather, especially if you are soaked. Too bad some agreement can’t be worked out with the landowner to park near the cave. I would have paid a healthy parking fee to not have to walk up the mountain. If I had a mobile phone on me I would have called a taxi to drive me up to my car:-)
Would love to know who has made it back to the end of the cave. On my map that is where there is a 25’ waterfall. Questions…are there more pretties in the last half of the cave and does the water get much deeper requiring any swimming?
I didn’t find the right solution from the internet.
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