Watch this 2018 feature on Alabaster Caverns State Park from Discover Oklahoma
The tunneled wonderland of varicolored alabaster and selenite caverns is the results of nature’s work begun over 200 million years ago. Presently, Alabaster Caverns is the largest natural public gypsum touring cave in the world. Above ground or below, this distinct Oklahoma destination provides a picture-perfect retreat for guests.
Alabaster Caverns offers a Watchable Wildlife Weekend in May and the Selman Bat Watch every Friday and Saturday in July. Please call the park for more detailed information.
Activities: Caving, Watchable Wildlife
Great Plains Trail of Oklahoma map: No. 21
Miles from Enid: 96
Directions from Enid: Travel west on Hwy. 412 (Owen K Garriott Rd.) for 76 miles, entering the town of Mooreland. Turn north onto S Main St. (Hwy. 50). Stay straight to go onto Hwy 50B/Cimarron Pass. Continue to follow Cimarron Pass for 18 miles. Turn east onto Hwy 50A. Alabaster Caverns is one-half mile east.