Russell Cave Trail Alabama

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Russell Cave National Monument is a U.S. National Monument in northeastern Alabama, United States, close to the town of Bridgeport.

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Jan 2, 2024
I loved my time at Russell Cave. I visited on a chilly December morning and was the only visitor present...so, nice a quiet. There is a short walk through the forest on a boardwalk to get to the cave… Full review by Alicia_JA
Sep 30, 2023
The area of the cave is beautiful. And the cave is interesting with 10,000 years of history. Nice walk to the cave. The visitor center is being renovated and the temporary center had no film and only… Full review by esprouls47
Jul 11, 2023
I have always heard to Russell Cave- had the opportunity to visit this unique place today. The temporary welcome center had great photos of the history of the cave... the short walk down to the cave … Full review by CathyP1953

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Visitors:20,717 (2011)
Date founded:May 11, 1961

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Q:
whats the cost?
A:
This place was a free national park.
Q:
How long of a walk from the visitor center to the mouth of the cave? Thanks in advance!
A:
Maybe ten to 15 minutes, not very long. The ranger took us on the tour. You cannot enter the cave. The walkway is paved with asphalt. There are rat snakes that live near the walkway.
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Answer by Susan M · Mar 12, 2019
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