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Alabaster Caverns State Park, Freedom

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Reviews
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  • I went here as a class field trip in 5th grade. It was an amazing experience. If you enjoy caves/caverns you should go check it out.  more »
  • We decided pretty spontaneously to visit the Alabaster Caverns State Park on a long weekend. We arrived after 6, and took up a RV spot in the small and intimate campgrounds. This is not large place, a...  more »
  • great cave, great tour that lasts about 45 min. however the park rules are a bit odd. they did not allow cameras that day, cant figure out why. One lady in the front office did not seem to be particul...  more »
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  • As of January 2016 you can no longer take cameras or cells phones into the cavern per the guides "because it slows down the tour". Ridiculous! (If that had been posted on the website we wouldn't have wasted a 2 1/2 hour trip.) We were there on a Sunday afternoon with about 3 other people waiting to tour. How slow could it have been?? Censoring my being able to take a photo of my own earth? We declined. The female guide was rude; even telling me "yeah, it's very slippery so you probably shouldn't go..." Even several other reviews mention the guides hurrying people through not allowing people to see the beauty. We wanted to bring more family but we won't be back. Shameful.
  • It is a very good place to have a family vacation it's beautiful the cave is good in the bathroom hibernation when I went it's beautiful there's a hiking trail and has a beautiful view
  • Went in every cave, explored, learned so much. It was amazing. Pitch black, when you get deep inside you really can't see your hand in front of your face. The guides were amazing. The main cave had handrails and was better for elderly and disabled. The other caves were wild, and sometimes rough. Good adventure and great exploring.
  • We loved it. The kids had a blast and the tour guide was great and very friendly and knowledgeable. The caves were amazing. Seeing the bats was kindda scary but very cool! Really hope oklahoma doesnt shut this amazing place down. I am very glad we got the chance to experience it. It was also very affordable. With descent campgrounds. Not big but nice. And losts of trails to walk or hike. It was great! Highly recommend!
  • Looks like a great place. We had no clue it was the birthday of the place when we went so therefore the tour was booked. Will go back!