White's City Cavern Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhite's City Cavern Inn Whites City
Other reviews have trashed this place but it is a nice little campground in the desert. It is $30 a night and has full hook-up and good Wi-Fi. The campground is on the road to the caverns which is 7 miles away.
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... gift shop are in front of you (naturally). Then, you walk down a path about a hundred yards through some low ceilings...maybe 20 feet and into The Big Room. That's when it hits you how large this cavern is. The room is over 30,000 square yards in total size. This figure seems a bit abstract but, using the analogy of football fields, the massive ...
... lantern light tour of a small, undeveloped cave. The last time I was at Carlsbad I also did the Lower Cave tour on which you descend, via ropes and ladders, another 200 feet down from the big cave. Really cool.
We also were able to see the evening Bat Flight. A must see! Thousands of Mexican Freetail bats, their body no bigger than your big thumb, come pouring out of the cave entrance into the sky around sunset. They swoop and gather, undulating like a ...
... up of seeing nothing but McDonalds and the like, my body is craving real food! I truely believe there was a UFO crash in Roswell, some of the Aliens are still roaming around Roswells Walmart haha. Some weird looking folk! Again we decided to change our plans, we thought we would go for the cheaper option and keep heading down the 285 South and go to the KOA in Carlsbad. Driving through the town just before Carlsbad called Artezia and all of a sudden the heavens ...
... The road was rough so the ambient road noise was droning on as we headed further into the hill county which was a welcomed change in scenery for us Floridians.
We arrived in the town of Carlsbad in the evening along with every oil field worker and his brother. Can you tell there were a lot of them? This made hotel rooms sparse and expensive. We managed to chuck our things in the last room at the ...