Boone’s Cave State Park, Lexington – North Carolina Thursdays May 14, 2020

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I focused on Davidson County, North Carolina. A quick check of Lexington,z,27028,p,boones%20cave%20state%20park,i,840dnqg8-23e13fd2639c4ecaa25185ccd248499b.cfm led me to Boone’s Cave State Park, Lexington.

Official Website:

 Contact Address and Phone Number(s):

3552 Boone’s Cave Road
Lexington, NC 27292

(336) 752-2322
(336) 242-2285

Hours & Admission

Park Hours: New Hours Starting July 1, 2016
Sunday through Saturday:
May 1 – September 18            8:00 am to 8:00 pm
September 19 – October 31    8:00 am to 7:00 pm
November 1 – April 30             8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Boone’s Cave Park will be closed on following dates for Holidays:
New Year’s Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day

Atlas Obscura: No listing located


Flickr: (lot of unrelated stuff)


Gluseum: No listing located

Google Maps: Google Maps Lexington, North Carolina (Street View available)

Historical Marker DataBase (HMDB): (One listing located)

Hometown Locator:,z,27028,p,boones%20cave%20state%20park,i,840dnqg8-23e13fd2639c4ecaa25185ccd248499b.cfm



Landmarkhunter: No locations listed

Linkedin: No listing located No listing located

National Register of Historic Places: No listing located

Only In Your State: One listing located

Pinterest: – Several listings located

Roads and Kingdoms: No listing located

Roadside America: One listing located

RoadTrippers: No listings located

Silly America: No listing located

Smoky Mountain News: No listing located

Snapchat: No listing located

Strange Carolinas: One listing located

This is my South: No listing located

Trip Advisor:


Twitch channel or search: No listing located  –


Vimeo channel or search: No videos located


Waymarking: One listing located

Wikipedia:’s_Cave_Park; not mentioned on



Past North Carolina Thursdays posts:

Post #2,750


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