10 Things To Do In Carlsbad Caverns Park 

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Beauty of the caves – The more than 300known limestone caves within the park are some of the longest in the world.

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Big Room at the Base – You can take the lift from the center directly to the start of the Big Room Trail or reach it after walking down from the beautiful entrance.

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The King's Palace Tour – Additional 1.5-hour ranger-guided tour departing from the underground rest area.

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Mexican Free-tailed Bats – At dusk, half a million Mexican free-tailed bats flock to the entrance of Carlsbad Caverns for dinner.

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Slaughter Canyon – Reservations are required for the five and a half hour moderately difficult Slaughter Canyon caving adventure tour.

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Brokeoff Mountains – Located 30 miles west of Carlsbad Caverns National Park, it comprises 80,000 acres of remote, rugged landscape owned by the Bureau of Land Management.

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Bull Falls – Sitting Bull Falls Recreation Area offers waterfalls and cool pools of water for swimming with pavilions, picnic tables, water and restrooms.

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Zoo and Garden State Park – Located on a hill overlooking Carlsbad, the Living Desert Zoo and Garden State Park features more than 40 species of animals.

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