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Answers to common questions
We’ve compiled a list of answers to common questions.
- What is the nearest town?
All your grocery and dining needs can be met in the quaint town of Jasper, AR. Recently voted one of the top 5 towns in Arkansas, Jasper hosts many great festivals, art galleries, and music events year round. Jasper is also home to many great dining options as well as numerous banks and stores to meet any need you might have. For a relaxed fine dining experience, visit the mountaintop community of Low Gap, AR to find the culinary treasure Low Gap Cafe.
- What temperatures should we expect in the cave?
This is a living cave. As such, you can expect to have a standard temperature year round. Expect it to be cool at around 68 degrees. We have many warm throw blankets, but fleeces and cozy clothing are recommended. Humidity and temperature are regulated by 2 geothermal systems as well as large dehumidifiers. We have found that the cave environment itself works best when it is not heated too much as it quickly begins to condensate and rain from every stalactite!
- What is the nearest airport?
Depending on how you will be arriving, whether by private plane or commercial flight, you have a number of good options to fit your needs. The closest airport is in Harrison, AR (HRO). Harrison is just 30 miles away. This airport does have regular scheduled flights on Seaport Airlines. Northwest Arkansas (XNA) is the closest airport served by major carriers. This airport is 90 miles from the cave. And lastly, Springfield, MO (SGF) is 115 miles north of us. Helicopter transfers are currently available from HRO and will land you at the cave on your private helipad. Airport transfers may be arranged from other area airports with advance notice.
- Are there mountain biking trails nearby?
While the Buffalo National River Park does not allow mountain biking on it’s trails, there are many other great riding options in close proximity to the cave. Take a look at online trail resources such as this: http://www.mtbproject.com/trail/7002912 in order to make plans for your own mountain biking adventure.