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Kickapoo Caverns State Natural Area

Introduction

Kickapoo Caverns State Natural Area straddles the Kinney and Edwards county line 23 mi. north of Brackettville. Formerly known as the Seargeant Ranch, the 25.9 km2 6,408-acre area was acquired by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in December, 1986. Fourteen small caves are known in the park, but only Kickapoo Cavern is open to the public. The Devil's Sinkhole, also owned by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, is administered by Kickapoo Caverns State Natural Area but is located east of Rocksprings in Edwards County.

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West Cave
Kickapoo Cavern SNA
Kickapoo Cavern
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