This National Natural Landmark houses one of the state's largest colonies of Mexican-tailed bats. This enormous vertical cavern--50 feet wide and about 140 feet deep--is thought to be the largest single-chamber cavern in Texas. From late spring through early fall, witness more than 3 million bats...
Most highways from Rocksprings are scenic routes through the rugged Hill Country, especially R.M. 674 south, U.S. 377 southwest and U.S. 377 northeast.
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