Explore Four Undeveloped Caves At This State Park In Oklahoma
Cave tours are quite an adventure but did you know you can go wild cave exploring? 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.
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Address: Hwy 50 & Hwy 50-A, Freedom, OK, 73842
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If you’re looking for an easy hike to aboveground caves, head to Robbers Cave State Park in the San Bois Mountains in southeastern Oklahoma. Robbers Cave has over 12 miles of trails that wind you through caves, lakes, streams, and breathtaking scenery. The popular caves are made of sandstone (not the usual limestone) and were popular hideouts for outlaws Jesse James and Belle Star. Click here to read more about this fun hike.