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DFLT takes tours a few times a year. This is on private property.

Desert Foothills Land Trust takes a group on a hike here a few times a year. As the route is on... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2017
sjgiants
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California
There's No Such Thing as "Massacre Cave" in Cave Creek!

There's no such thing as "Massacre Cave" in Cave Creek. (There is a cave called such in the Canyon... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2016
dbsohio
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Cave Creek, Arizona
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Chilling ruins of a rock shelter where, in 1805, 115 Navajos were killed defending their home.
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25 Jan 2017
“DFLT takes tours a few times a year. This is on private property.”
9 Feb 2016
“There's No Such Thing as "Massacre Cave" in Cave Creek!”
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Cave Creek, AZ
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Reviewed 25 January 2017

Desert Foothills Land Trust takes a group on a hike here a few times a year. As the route is on private property, this is the only safe way to visit this historic place.The guided hike usually has a geologist and a historian along with...More

1  Thank sjgiants
Reviewed 9 February 2016

There's no such thing as "Massacre Cave" in Cave Creek. (There is a cave called such in the Canyon de Chelly, up north) There IS the Cave Creek Cave, and as previous reviewers have noted, it is located on private property. The owners are kind...More

1  Thank dbsohio
Reviewed 21 April 2015

The views and walk are wonderful. The cactus blooms are beautiful. Nature and beauty are God's creation and meant to be seen by all. The cave in on private property but worth waiting your time to see it with a guide The hiking in the...More

1  Thank Karen H
Reviewed 16 April 2015

Cave Creek Cave is on Desert Foothills Land Trust property and it available to see only on scheduled Land Trust hikes which take place generally 4-6 times annually. They are led by a Land Trust Steward and are capacity limited. Check with the Land Trust...More

6  Thank sue o
Reviewed 23 January 2015

PLEASE pay attention to directions over the interwebs - the original trailhead is indeed closed and has been for a while. We hiked up the road trying to find it and passed it for about a mile. There's a a new trailhead at the parking...More

3  Thank lightnhereyes
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