Wilcox Preserve

Preserve Manager: Ethan Perrine

Wilcox Preserve in Williamson County consists of 3.16 acres with two caves and several karst features. 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

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