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Discover The Unique Stone Formations of Bull Shoals Caverns

October 27, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Bull Shoals Caverns, Bull Shoals, ARCome see the underground waterfall, lake, and fantastic rock formations of Bull Shoals Caverns! A 350 million year-old living cave in North Central Arkansas.

Bull Shoals Caverns were carved out of solid limestone by water in a lengthy process that is ongoing. The caverns are still being cut and shaped to this day, and will continue to be as long as there is water to flow and limestone to dissolve. That’s why it’s known as a “living” cave. Any cave that is still in the process of being formed is referred to as a “living” cave.

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Explore Bull Shoals Caverns

August 28, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Explore Bull Shoals Caverns

Visit Arkansas’ Bull Shoals Caverns and see
fascinating limestone formations like these

Bull Shoals Caverns, located in Arkansas’ north central Ozarks, is a living cave that was 350 million years in the making – that you can tour!

Arkansas is home to a great many caves, all formed from ancient sea beds solidified into limestone and calcite, then shaped over millions of years by water – a process that continues to this day in some of them. Living caves, they’re called – and Bull Shoals Caverns is one.

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