Title 12, Chapter 4, Section 147
(a) Neither the owner of a cave nor his authorized agents, officers,
employees, or designated representatives acting within the scope of
their authority shall be liable for injuries sustained by any person
using such cave for recreational or scientific purposes if the prior
consent of the owner has been obtained and if no charge has been
made for the use of such features and notwithstanding that an
inquiry as to the experience or expertise of the individual seeking
consent may have been made.
(b) Neither the owner of a commercial cave nor his authorized
agents, officers, employees, or designated representatives acting
within the scope of their authority shall be liable for an injury
sustained by a spectator who has paid to view the cave, unless such
injury is sustained as a result of such owner's negligence in
connection with the providing and maintaining of trails, stairs,
electrical wires, or other modifications, and such negligence shall
be the proximate cause of the injury.
(c) Nothing in this Code section shall be construed to constitute a
waiver of the sovereign immunity of the state or any of its boards,
departments, bureaus, or agencies.