Wilcox Preserve

Preserve Manager: Ken Demarest

Wilcox Preserve in Williamson County consists of 4.2 acres with several small caves. Two of the caves are habitat for federally endangered cave invertebrates and are not open for recreational caving. The property contains some wonderful examples of karst and central Texas vegetation.

Wilcox Cave #2

Support Wilcox

There is a former residence on the property, and the Preserves Committee is investigating possible futures for that building. The Preserve Manager will be organizing workdays to clean up the house and property. To volunteer, contact the Preserve Manager.

Because the property is surrounded by commercial businesses, we would like to install a perimeter fence, but currently lack the funding to do so. Donations toward Wilcox Preserve expenses can be made on our Donations page. Please be certain to select Wilcox Preserve as your dedicated cause.

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We are run entirely by hard-working volunteers just like you! Volunteers lead educational trips, participate in work projects, manage properties, survey and map caves, and more!
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Your donations help acquire and protect valuable karst resources, including aquifers and endangered species. Your donations are tax‑deductible.
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We are a tight-knit community of cavers, scientists, nature enthusiasts, and institutions who share an interest in caves. Join our family today.
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The conservation work done by the TCMA is only possible with the support of people like you. Please consider volunteering your time, making a donation, or becoming a member.