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War Eagle Cave.

War Eagle Cavern

Field review by the editors.

Rogers, Arkansas

Open to the public for tours since 1978, War Eagle Caverns stresses that the cave has been left as much as possible in its natural state. At various times it's been home to Indians, robbers, moonshiners, squatters, and draft-dodgers. Current residents include 75,000 bats (a landmark on the tour is a huge pile of bat guano). A dramatic entrance hole, horizontal passages, and wide pathways add to the appeal for visitors who want an E-Z access cave.

War Eagle Cavern

21494 Cavern Rd, Rogers, AR
From Rogers, Hwy 12 East approximately 15 miles and follow the signs - 2 miles past the turn-off to War Eagle Mill.
M-Sa 9:30 am - 5 pm, Su 12-5 pm. Closed winter. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $15, 4-11 $9
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