Hike Through An Ancient Cave In Oklahoma For An Incredible Underground Adventure

Alabaster Caverns State Park is a 200-acre state park that is home to the largest natural gypsum cave in the world that is open to the public. The park is located in Freedom, Oklahoma, and is open daily for tours, hiking, or overnight camping. Keep scrolling below to learn more about this underground adventure that’s perfect for the whole family.

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Alabaster Caverns State Park not only has guided cave tours but they have four undeveloped caves perfect for thrill-seekers looking to go off the beaten path. Click here to read more about this wild and exhilarating activity.

Address: Alabaster Caverns State Park, 217036 State Hwy 50A, Freedom, OK 73842, USA