Alabaster Caverns State Park RV & Campground Guide


Hidden away in northwestern Oklahoma, 6 miles from Freedom and 150 miles from Oklahoma City, Alabaster Caverns State Park offers a quiet, off-the-beaten-path experience. Just minutes from your campsite, you'll find hiking, volleyball, horseshoes, and plenty of picnic spots. Whether you're hiking the Raptor Roost Trail or watching wildlife from your RV, this relaxing park offers a serene setting year-round. Spring and fall deliver comfortable temperatures; winters are cool, but the increased privacy and peace are well worth the extra layers.

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Spring 40-80 F
Summer 70-95 F
Fall 35-85 F
Winter 25-50 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Alabaster Caverns State Park

Whether you're coming to Alabaster Caverns State Park in the steamy summers or cool winters, an RV is a great way to make your camping trip feel more luxurious. From the comfort of your RV, you can access everything the park and the surrounding area has to offer. Book an RV rental from RVshare to find out how a motorhome takes camping to the next level.

Alabaster Caverns State Park Campground

Stay close to all of the caving fun at Alabaster Caverns State Park. Pull your RV into a site under the trees for shade and walk to everything that the park has to offer. Choose sites with both pull-through and back-in access; most offer 30-amp or 50-amp service. A playground keeps your little ones entertained, and the park's gift shop offers small snacks. After a day exploring wild caves, the hot showers are a welcome treat. RV sites with electric hookups start at $25 per night with a $2 discount if you're 62 or older.

Boiling Springs State Park Campgrounds

Located about 25 miles from Alabaster Caverns, the two campgrounds at Boiling Springs State Park offer a variety of sites. Whitetail Campground and Springhill Campground both offer tent and RV sites as well as playgrounds for the kids and hot showers. Nearby, you can play golf, hike five different trails, or fish in Shaul Lake. In the summer, the park's swimming pool is a welcome respite from the heat. Book early to snag one of the pull-through RV sites; most options offer back-in access. Full hookups aren't available, but you can find sites with water and electric hookups. Rates start at $25 per night.

Buffalo RV Park

Looking for full hookups? Buffalo RV Park is the closest option to Alabaster Caverns State Park. It's situated on Highway 64, about 38 miles away. The park itself is simple, but it offers Wi-Fi, fire pits, a dump station, and ample space for big rigs or RVs with slide-outs. In addition, you can enjoy trash service and hot showers. The park welcomes pets, and the dirt roads are a breeze to navigate. Rates start at $20 per night for full hookups with excellent discounts for weekly and monthly stays.

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What to Do at
Alabaster Caverns State Park

Inside Alabaster Caverns State Park

The caves are the main attraction at Alabaster Caverns State Park. The guided tour of the gypsum cave is a great way to start; it takes you deep underground and offers an easy way to check out the rock formations from the safety of a walkway. If you're ready for something more challenging, pick up a wild caving permit from the park office and squeeze through the other caverns in the park. Be sure to bring a headlamp and sturdy shoes. When it's time to relax, the park offers plenty of green space and a short recreational trail.

Outside Alabaster Caverns State Park

Alabaster Caverns State Park is located in a remote, lightly populated part of Oklahoma. It's the perfect place to relax, but you can expect a bit of a drive to the nearest restaurants and shopping options. There are a few spots near the park with the greatest concentration of businesses in the town of Woodward.


Maria's Cafe

With its varied menu, Maria's Cafe is a convenient spot to grab a bite after a day at Alabaster Caverns State Park.

Type: Mexican

Location: 200 Cimarron Pass, Freedom, OK 73842

Northern Chop House

Situated about 23 miles from the park, Northern Chop House offers an impressive selection of hearty meat dishes. Whether you're in the mood for filet mignon or grilled pork chops, the indulgent menu has you covered.

Type: Steakhouse

Location: 32023 US-64, Alva, OK 73717

Cafe Bahnhof German Restaurant and Biergarten

Decorated in classic German style, Cafe Bahnhof German Restaurant and Biergarten is a fun place to refuel after a day of adventure. Bring your appetite; you'll need it for the big portions, tall beers, and hearty German cuisine.

Type: German

Location: 1725 E Cecil St, Waynoka, OK 73860

HoneyWheat Cafe

Fill up with a classic diner breakfast at HoneyWheat Cafe, which specializes in items like eggs, pancakes, and French toast. The lunch and dinner menu consists largely of hot sandwiches and meat-and-potatoes meals, with a few salads tossed in for good measure.

Type: American

Location: 589 Main St, Waynoka, OK 73860

Mooreland Cafe

Known for its friendly service and sizable portions, Mooreland Cafe makes a fun stop for a family dinner. Feel like a local as you dig into the big breakfasts and chicken-fried steak dinners.

Type: American

Location: 401 SW 6th St, Mooreland, OK 73852


Camp Houston Country Store

If you're in the market for some last-minute snacks or supplies, the Camp Houston Country Store is your best bet. With its down-home vibe and eclectic selection, this is a fun stop on the way to the park.

Location: 27971 OK-50, Freedom, OK 73842

The Store

The aptly named The Store is one of the only places to shop in Freedom. Whether you need a snack or a fresh steak to grill at your campsite, this is the place to go.

Location: 1015 Main St, Freedom, OK 73842


Freedom Museum

Get to know the history of Freedom, Oklahoma, at the Freedom Museum. This tiny spot, which is situated on Main Street, offers a fascinating peek into the early days of the town. Whether you're interested in farming or archaeology, there's an exhibit for you.

Location: 505 Main St, Freedom, OK 73842

Cimarron River

Walk the banks of the Cimarron River in Freedom, which lies just a few miles from Alabaster Caverns State Park. If the water levels are high enough, you can try your luck at fishing; otherwise, the peaceful river is a nice spot to explore and stretch your legs.

Location: Freedom, OK 73842

Crystal Beach Water Park

On a hot summer day, drive 30 miles southwest to Crystal Beach Water Park. This city-run park offers a swimming pool, water slides, a fountain, and plenty of deck space, so there's something for everyone in the family. Come early to grab a spot and spend the day in the sunshine.

Location: 305 Temple Houston Dr, Woodward, OK 73801

Fuller Park

Catch a baseball game with the Woodward Travelers at Fuller Park. The recently renovated park offers seating with a view, so you can see every play clearly. This family-friendly spot makes a fun evening outing during the summer season.

Location: 305 Temple Houston Dr, Woodward, OK 73801

Little Sahara State Park

Step into another world at Little Sahara State Park where sand dunes rise from the plains. Rent an ATV from one of the businesses in the area or bring your own; the dunes are a thrilling place to ride.

Location: 101 Main St, Waynoka, OK 73860

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How to Get to
Alabaster Caverns State Park

If you're coming to Alabaster Caverns State Park from the north, turn south onto State Highway 50 from Highway 64. From Highway 412 in the south, turn north onto State Highway 50. The park is just east of the highway on State Highway 50A.

Entering Alabaster Caverns State Park

Alabaster Caverns State Park is open year-round from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you're planning to tour the gypsum cave, make sure to call to make a reservation.

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