Here at DeSoto Caverns, we’re gearing up for Home Sweet Home, a Food & Music Festival happening on July 1-2. This will be a time to share the stories of our country's past, present, and future through music, taste, and celebration.
At DeSoto Caverns we love animals, education, and fun! And few things get us more excited than when we get to be involved in a project that merges these great elements together. Recently, we partnered with the fifth graders at Childersburg Middle School to learn more about bat awareness and build bat boxes.
Here at DeSoto Caverns, we have a passion for making a difference in our local community, especially local schools. This quarter we partnered with two local schools to give back to our community.
At our brand new Cave Cafe, we are proud to serve a variety of delicious foods, including Octane coffee, hearty meals, and scrumptious desserts and pastries. We hope you can join us soon to eat, drink, and play at the Cave Cafe!
DeSoto Caverns has a new president! Joy Sorensen is a fifth-generation Mathis and continues the family tradition of taking care of DeSoto Caverns.
Our stellar DeSoto Caverns team works hard to make every visit to the Caverns special, so we treated them to a special Christmas party - bowling!
It's our favorite time of the year - Halloween! Make sure to come out to DeSoto Caverns from some spooky fun for everyone at the Tomb of the Risen Dead.
This year's Native American Festival was a blast! We loved learning about the Native American culture, including dancing, music, and headdresses and regalia.