The goals of the Government Canyon Karst Project are to locate, investigate, explore, and document all the caves and karst features within the boundaries of Government Canyon State Natural Area. There are many thousands of acres left to ridgewalk looking for caves and features. Sinkholes are investigated for their potential to lead into caves – usually through digging. Caves are explored, surveyed, and photographed.
Project meets monthly at Colorado Bend State Park for the purpose of collecting data on caves and karst features in the park. Karst walk to find new caves; take pictures and write descriptions of new caves and karst features; explore, survey and draft maps of new and existing caves. Camping available Friday and Saturday night.