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
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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.

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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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Frequently Asked Questions About Alabaster Caverns State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Alabaster Caverns State Park?

Generally, any time of year is great to visit Alabaster Caverns State Park because the chief attraction is the huge gypsum cave. Both guided tours and free-range spelunking are available.

What is the climate of Alabaster Caverns State Park?

Winters are generally cool, not cold, and summers are hot at the park. Spring and fall are mild. Inside the cave, it's almost always between 50 Fahrenheit and 60 Fahrenheit.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Alabaster Caverns State Park?

The cave features about a half-dozen species of bats. There are as many as 20,000 bats in the caverns during their breeding season. Fear not, however, because bats are not nearly as dangerous as their reputation.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Alabaster Caverns State Park?

There are just 10 RV sites at Alabaster Caverns State Park, but there are several larger campgrounds near the caverns. If you plan to stay on-site, then you should book reservations months in advance.

Are pets allowed at Alabaster Caverns State Park?

Alabaster Caverns State Park does not allow pets, so you'll either have to leave them home or board them in one of the kennels in Freedom. A quick internet search will give you the best-rated options.