Friday, February 6, 2009

DeSoto Caverns

We live close by a huge cavern that is called DeSoto Caverns. A really neat place. There is a huge cave that was discovered centuries ago by the Native Americans. We took the kids there today and they had a great time. When we got there we were basically the only people there so we got our very own private tour. It was nice to take our time, let the kids really look at the cave, ask questions, etc. After the tour of the cave we did some the "attractions" that they had which involved putt-putt golf, a maze, crystal hunting and some "canons" (Nerf type balls that you could shoot at each other). The kids had a great time doing it all. And it was a beautiful day to do it. I totally forgot my camera (Ugh!) but we did take some pictures with Kent's cell phone. After arriving at the park.

Checking out the maze

The maze

Walking around, waiting for our tour


At the entrance of the cave.

Showing off their crystals.

4 comments:

Bridgett said...

Aww...what a fun place! We have a lot of caverns here in WV too...the most famous probably being Smokehole.

I love the pictures. :)

XOXOX

Brandi said...

Looks like fun. I love the first picture. It's so cute how Jon Kent has his arm wrapped around your leg :)

Karen said...

That looks fun! I love going into Caverns!

Terri said...

What a wonderful day with the family!

Loved the pics

Hugs
Terri