Old Spanish Treasure Cave

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  • Address: 14290 N Highway 59, Sulphur Springs, AR 72768, United States, Highfill
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4797876508
  • Tags: Cave, Family And Kids

Are you a nature enthusiast who loves to explore unique destinations around the world? Then you would love to explore the cave of old Spanish treasure. The 'Old Spanish Treasure Cave' is situated between Sulphur Springs and Gravette, Arkansas in the northwest corner of United States. You can enjoy a guided tour of this mysterious place. Inside the cave, you will find the hidden treasures that were buried here by the Spanish crusaders. Various educational and fun tours school children are also available in the cave along with the “camp in the cave” program. 

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  • Old Spanish Treasure Cave Address: 14290 N Highway 59, Sulphur Springs, AR 72768, United States, Highfill
  • Old Spanish Treasure Cave Contact Number: +1-4797876508
  • Old Spanish Treasure Cave Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
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  • Excellent tour with friendly and knowledgeable guides. The giftshop is well kept and displays artifacts found at the site. The Spanish treasure is not just a hoax; several findings point to its existence somewhere in the unexplored parts of the cave. The owner and his wife are avid rock hounds and treasure seekers and will be happy to share their lore. They also host community events--for example, inviting Boy and Girl Scout troops to spend a night spelunking. Very unique experience in a beautiful cave.

  • We had such a great time exploring the cave with the owner. He is very knowledgeable and loves sharing the history. They're still exploring new areas so I can't wait to go back and see what else they find. While I was talking with him I found that they have a Facebook page that he makes videos and takes pictures of areas of the cave that are not on the tour. Something else they do that's really cool is they have movie Nights inside of their great room in the cave. If you're in the area this is a must-see for sure just don't wear flip-flops when it's been raining out.

  • We loved our tour guide! She was extremely knowledgeable of the history and facts about the cave and was able to accurately answer any questions we threw at her! She definitely gave our tour experience a special touch with her fun sense of humor!

  • One of the best caves!!! Lots to see. We loved that they are still exploring to find more rooms!! Sydney was our guide and she did a awesome job!

  • This place was awesome 🙂 it had so many cool things to see and the story was awesome! Great place to go

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