Alabaster Caverns State Park, Freedom

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  • Here’s some advice for an even better experience. Be sure to wear good shoes for hiking as well as the cave tour. The tour has over 300 stair steps and is 3/4 of a mile long. Coat might be needed for ...  more »
  • My husband and I visited Alabaster Caverns in August. We had been before but it was years ago. It's hard to describe just how beautiful the cave system is. The park has installed a new lighting system...  more »
  • Staff were helpful and accommodating. The tour guide was very young, but knowledgeable. Enjoyed the tour, but not a stalactite/stalagmite type of cave.  more »
  • We came in November when the season was slow, and there was only three of us on our tour, but we still couldn't take photos. The cave was neat. I recommend everyone to see it once. My favorite part was all the bats. Apparently they hibernate and we got there at the right time to see them all sleeping together. So cute! Our tour guide was really friendly also.
  • Great place to hike and spend a couple of days camping. The cave tour was great. The staff was amazing! Very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Also, this is the first gift shop I've ever been in where things were well priced. We had a blast and took hundreds of great photos.
  • Very cool. Make sure to bring good hiking shoes with a good grip. The cave has a path, but naturally has some steep areas and many areas were slippery.
  • You have to take the tour through the caves! It was excellent and beautiful! I took my family there last week and they loved all 45 minutes of it which seemed more like 15. The tour flew by fast.
  • Shower is horrid ( only 1 out of 4 work, for 75 cents a warm broken nozzle for about 4 mins, good pressure but soft and misty), hiking paths are not maintained at all, two week notice for pictures inside cave, large amount of energy waste with leaving building lights and screens on/ active. Very quiet and peaceful, lovely views. Kim the park attendant is rude. No specific indecent but the way she speaks to you is horrid and blatantly a lie because real answers are too difficult to answer.
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