Alabaster Caverns State Park

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Alabaster Caverns State Park located in Freedom, Oklahoma. The 3/4 mile cavern is formed of a rare mineral known as gypsum, also called Alabaster. Alabaster Caverns is the largest natural gypsum cave in the world that is currently open to the public.  Guided tours are given daily every hour from 9am-4pm with paid admission.  Larger groups are asked to make reservations in advance.  This state park has many things to offer, including camping, picnic areas, shelters with electrical hookups, nature trails, wild caving, horseshoes and volleyball.

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CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:
Hwy 50 & Hwy 50-A
Freedom, OK. 73842
(580)621-3381

GENERAL:
Gift Shop, ADA Compliant, Cave Tour, Nature and Canyon Trails, Wild caving, Volleyball, Horseshoes

CAMPING:
11 W/E Sites, 1 W/E Handicap,82 Tent Sites, Group Camping, Dump Station, Picnic Areas, Shelters, Restroom and Showers, Grills and Water, Pets Allowed

TRAILS:
Nature Trails, Canyon Trails

ACTIVITIES:
Horseshoes
Volleyball
Canyon Tours
Trails
Watchable Wildlife

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