Fantasy World Caverns

4.910 Votes
  • Address: 125 Cave Dr, Eldon, MO 65026, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-5733693306
  • Tags: Cave, Family And Kids

A fascinating network of underground caves, a visit to the Fantasy World Caverns has to feature on your list of things to do in Eldon. Promising to treat you to an exciting and an adventurous time, the Fantasy World Caverns is a famous underground attraction in the Lake of the Ozark’s area. Clean, paved and spacious pathways that are well-lit ensure that you have a great time in these caves without being fearful for your safety. The one-hour guided tour with the knowledgeable tour guides will add to your knowledge about the various types of formations like stalactites, stalagmites, unsurpassed sponge work and cave coral that you will find here.

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  • Fantasy World Caverns Address: 125 Cave Dr, Eldon, MO 65026, USA, United States
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  • There were several young children in our tour most who were ages 6 and under. I was very impressed with how our guide was patient with the children and made sure to explain things to everyone in the tour (front and back). He was very patient and careful with his words when explaining the bones as to not scare the children. We appreciated it and enjoyed exploring this beautiful cave.

  • I have been to many of the caves world wide. Enjoyed our private tour at this cave & were glad to have beaten the rush. Not as commercialized as many of the caves I have been in, which was nice. The person who did the tour was a person who has been involved with the cave for around 30 years. It is obvious he has a love for this place & to do whatever he can to improve it making it more accessible to people to see it's beauty. Doesn't have tons of other formations found in other caves, but had petrified seaweed & other formations that aren't as common in many caves. It is certainly worth the price & time. Don't be turned away from the lack of commercialization of this place.

  • Pretty amazing. Very experienced and with a lot of knowledge about the cave. I loved how it wasn't over powered with gift shops and as commercialized as some other caves. Tour took about an hour. Great place for a family.

  • Wasn't sure what to expect as we drive down a gravel road with a few small, worn signs, and arrive to meet a guy sitting under a pop-up awning. He took our fare and a few minutes later, we were on our way into the cave. It looks fairly small from the outside, but once you enter, it's clear that this place is something special. The guide is very knowledgeable about the many formations within the cave, and the sights are incredible. The tour takes about an hour, and you cover a lot of ground - it's a massive cave. It's off the beaten path, and gave me pause initially, but after going, I had to leave a review. One of the best experiences we've had here at the lake.

  • This was a really interesting Cave. It was unique in all the Cave's I've visited as it travels upwards through 4 levels. Has a lot of different things you don't often see, like petrified algae, ceiling sponge formations, many bear beds - neat one to visit.

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