Ron Coleman Mining offers comprehensive crystal and quartz mining for all ages and skill levels, whether you’re completing a mineral tour of the country or taking your young children on a family adventure. Some of the many features of our mine include:
- Unlimited digging for that day during open hours, crystal and quartz mining: Anyone and everyone is welcome to our public mining area, no reservations necessary. We are open all day, every day, year round (with the exception of Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day). We have just slightly shorter hours during the winter season. We even allow leashed pets to “mine” with you.
- Guaranteed findings: We’re proud to offer a guarantee to our adult and senior diggers. You will leave with beautiful, unique crystals. That is one reason we are considered to be one of the best crystal mines in Arkansas.
Training and protective gear: Our friendly staff will direct you to the digging area, go over our few rules, guide you on what you’ll be looking for, provide expert answers to any questions you may have and give you the opportunity to purchase tools and safety gear, such as protective gloves and eye-wear.
- Mine Tours: (NO TOURS January 6-March 13)Have you ever thought about the process of our quartz crystals being mined from the rugged earth and becoming shiny decorative rocks? Our tours begin with a short history of the mine and a view of our Gallery. Next, take an army truck ride down through the mine where you get to see the crystal veins and our water source. We finish your adventure in the processing area where we clean and sort the crystals. For more information, call (800) 291-4484!
- Special group rates: While reservations are not required for individuals or families, we do offer group reservations for 10 or more at unbeatable special rates. Call 800-291-4484 or fill out our online form to reserve your group’s adventure.
For a fun-filled day, come dig your own guaranteed rocks and minerals at Ron Coleman Mining’s huge public mine! Our crystal mine is located just outside of Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas.