Temperatures have been in the triple digits for two weeks, so what if we told you there's a place in Texas that's 66 degrees year round?
We think a drive to Cave Without a Name near Boerne is the right prescription if you're sick of the heat.
The cave got its name in a local contest where a student said it should be called Cave Without a Name because it's "too pretty to have a name."
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The cave in the heart of Hill Country is filled with stalactites and stalagmites as well as other really cool cave formations.
A guide will take you on a 60 minute tour of the six major "rooms" in the cave starting with a spiral staircase down the original sinkhole opening and ending at a subterranean stream.
There's also a gift shop and you can pan for fossils and "gems" -- which consists of you choosing a rock, you'll break it open to reveal the crystal formations inside.
Unfortunately it's about a five hour drive south, but if you strike out early we're pretty sure it'll be worth it.
Cave Without a Name
325 Kreutzberg Rd.
Boerne, Texas 78006
Summer Hours: (Memorial Day to Labor Day) 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Winter Hours: (Labor Day to Memorial Day) 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.