We had never heard of it before partly because Dr. Webber opened it to the public just three years ago. But my interest was piqued when I read a magazine article which featured the place.
Unfortunately, we are in dry spell and the water levels are low as you can see by the marks on the limestone walls. In fact it's been as dry as the mouth of a cowboy who spent all day on the trail and all night on the town. (I just made that up and liked it. I apologize if I've offended any cowboys or cowgirls).
I think we'll visit Cedar Lakes Woods & Gardens again in the future after we've had some rain and the water levels have risen to their normal height.