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Dry Devils River Music Flood in Sonora: Come For the Music, Stay For the Caverns

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Spend your time at the Caverns doing a guided tour, encompassing two miles of crystal-covered cave passages and learn about the history of the area – a history that includes the discovery of this massive cave system around the turn of the 20th century, when a small hole in the ground (that a racoon used to escape a dog) was found to be so much more than just a 20 inch hole in the ground. Sluice for gems, hike the nature trails and enjoy the best weather that the state has to offer. Camping is available nearby with both primitive and RV areas offered. If you’re more of a hotel kind of person, there are hotel and resort accommodations available in the Sonora area.

Get Your Tickets and Make Your Plans

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Photo: Facebook/Caverns of Sonora

Tickets are available for the Dry Devils River Music Flood here. Festival gates open at 11 a.m. on October 7. The Caverns of Sonora is open daily (except for Christmas Day) from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. For more information about the Caverns of Sonora, visit their website or Facebook page.

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