Formerly known as the Peacock Springs State Park, the Wes Skiles Peacock Springs State Park was named to honor Wes Skiles, a renowned photographer, cinematographer, diver, and explorer.
The Wes Skiles Peacock Springs State Park is popular for its cave diving and exploration opportunities. Two major springs, six sinkholes, and a spring run give cave divers a unique opportunity to explore pristine cave diving locations. It is currently known that the cave systems in the park extend up to over thirty-three thousand feet of underwater caverns. However, only certified cave divers are allowed to dive in this state park.
Other activities in the park include hiking, picnicking, swimming, and wildlife watching. There are several trails available however cyclists are advised to use fat tires for safety.
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