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The best camping near Alabaster Caverns State Park

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Buffalo RV Park

18 sites 路 RVs10 acres 路 Buffalo, OK
Buffalo RV Park is located in Buffalo, Oklahoma. Here, visitors can enjoy onsite activities such as water sports, hunting, hiking, biking, fishing, and wildlife viewing. The campground is close to a number of excellent attractions, with something for every type of camper to enjoy. Campers can also look forward to spots like the Gloss Mountain State Park, Fort Supply Lake for great water sports, Trans-America and Great Plains Trails, and the Harper County Fairgrounds. The area is also known for the Selman Bat Caves, dark skies for stargazing, a wide-open landscape, beautiful canyons, and the Doby Springs Golf Course. Hope to see you soon!
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Alexander Ranch

2 sites 路 RVs, Tents7000 acres 路 Sun City, KS
Alexander Ranch est 1984 by Ted Alexander with land that has been in the family over 100 years. Come enjoy the Jewel of the Kansas Red Hills on the award winning Alexander Ranch. Reciepent of numerous awards for Stewardship, Conservation, Habitat Improvement, Water Quality Most recently, the ranch was awarded the prestigious Leopold Conservation Award in 2019 and achieved Certified Bird Friendly status through the Audubon Conservation Ranching Program in 2022. We raise Grass fed, pasture finished cattle, book your stay at the right time and you might get to see some of them up close! (If you would like some beef, I would be happy to sell you some of my private stock! Just ask!)
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Beautiful Valley RV Park

1 site 路 RV1 acre 路 Taloga, OK
1 acre of private rv lots right of the North Canadian river and just west of Canton Lake. Bring your kids, the dogs, the horses, the ATVS, heck even bring your mama in law!! On the property we offer 30AMP and 50AMP lots, a dog park for the real MVPS of the family, a playground for the kids to play and burn out the energy from the smores you can make around the fire. Quiet little town with great views and even better community.
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The best camping near Alabaster Caverns State Park guide

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About

Spelunking is a pretty cool word and an even cooler thing to do! We鈥檙e talking about exploring caves! How about the largest open-to-the-public alabaster cave in the world? Now that is something that needs to be seen. At Oklahoma鈥檚 Alabaster Caverns State Park you can take hourly guided tours into this wondrous underground to immerse yourself in rare forms of gypsum along well-lit paths. Or you could get a permit for wild caving and explore on your own terms. This area is the only gypsum cavern in the U.S., so it's pretty special. Camping is available in the park for a memorable getaway for a few nights, where you can enjoy wildlife viewing and picnics amidst the natural setting. Seriously though, spelunking!

Notable campgrounds

  • RV Sites - Spacious pull-through sites equipped with 30 amp electric hookups for your home on wheels.
  • Tent Sites - Immerse yourself in nature by pitching your tent at one of the park's serene camping spots.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early, especially for holiday weekends and local event dates, to secure your preferred spot.
  • Call the park office two weeks in advance for group reservations and to receive a confirmation number.
  • Check online for cancellations if your initial reservation attempt is unsuccessful.
  • Explore nearby camping options if the park is fully booked during your travel dates.

When to go

The best time to visit Alabaster Caverns State Park is from March to September when the weather is mild and all facilities are open. Winter months can be less ideal due to cooler temperatures and limited access to certain park areas.

Know before you go

  • Check weather forecasts as conditions can affect cave tour availability and park experiences.
  • Reservations for cave tours are highly recommended, particularly during peak times and holidays.
  • Wild caving permits are not issued from October 1 to March 31 to protect hibernating bats.
  • Pets are not allowed inside the caverns, so plan accordingly if traveling with furry companions.
  • Remember to bring suitable footwear for cave tours and hiking trails within the park.

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