Take Your Fun Underground at Oklahoma’s Alabaster Caverns State Park

There are many wonderful things to see and do in the state of Oklahoma, but visitors to the state should definitely make time to visit Alabaster Caverns state park.  The highlight of this spectacular park is of course its network of caverns, but there are plenty of other beautiful sights here as well.

Visitors should be sure to take the time to visit these magnificent caverns on one of its guided tours.  These beautifully lighted caverns are a delight for the senses, and not to be missed.  Located just off Highway 50 in Freedom, Oklahoma, Alabaster Caverns state park is a wonderful destination for couples, families and anyone else looking for a fun adventure.

This large park covers some 200 acres in all, but the highlight is of course the huge cavern made of alabaster.  At three quarters of a mile long, this natural wonder is a delight for the senses, and the kids are sure to love exploring its beauty.  The park offers daily tours every hour on the hour from 9 a.m. to 4 in the evening.

But the fun doesn’t have to end after the cave tour is over.  There is plenty for the entire family to do at Alabaster Cave state park, including a volleyball court, a horseshoe pit and plenty of hiking trails.  After all that exercise visitors can enjoy some delicious grilled burgers, hot dogs, steaks and other goodies on one of the park’s grills, or enjoy a family picnic at one of the many picnic tables scattered throughout the park.

Families who want to enjoy more than one day at this great park are free to spend the night at one of the park’s camping areas.  Both tent camping and RV camping is available, making it a great choice for all outdoor enthusiasts.  Those with a real taste for adventure can even try their hand at wild caving, certainly a once in a lifetime experience for many vacationers.

With so much to see and do it is no wonder so many people are flocking to the natural beauty of Alabaster Caverns state park.  This beautiful park is a wonderful place to commune with nature, learn about the history of the earth or just kick back and have a great time together as a family.