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Caving / Spelunking

Cave & Cavern Locations in Oklahoma




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Cave or Cavern:

Alabaster Caverns State Park
Bitter Enders Cave
Crystal Cave
Duncan Field Cave
Outlaw Cave
Robbers Cave State Park
Wagon Wheel Cave
Wild Woman Cave
Location:

Freedom, Oklahoma
Turner Falls Park
Turner Falls Park
Adair County, Oklahoma
Turner Falls Park
Wilburton, Oklahoma
Turner Falls Park
Turner Falls Park

Additional caving (spelunking) locations in Oklahoma will be added upon request or recommendation. Do you know of a cave or cavern in Oklahoma? Please recommend a location. If you are a cave or cavern company, please contact us for your free directory listing.

Caving, also known as spelunking, is the extreme sport of exploring caves. The world has a vast number of caves and not even half of them have been explored. Caving is a physical sport which may involve the following: climbing, walking, crawling, hiking, and swimming. Exploring unconquered caves is much more thrilling than exploring a cave where thousands of people have been. Many explorations take months of planning but spur of the moment trips are also possible if you have the necessary gear, knowledge of the cave and caving itself.

Caving can be very dangerous so adequate planning is required. Rescue attempts are difficult due to the terrain so be prepared in case of an emergency. Never go into a cave alone and without telling someone first. Preparation is extremely important when it comes to caving. That doesn't just apply to having the correct gear, it also applies to your experience and knowledge of caves. Caving can be extremely dangerous and it's not recommended you visit any cave without a guide, extensive research on the cave, mapping out your cave route beforehand and having the proper equipment. We are not responsible for your caving experience. We simply provide basic information about caves that is available throughout the internet.

Caves are natural wonders and should not be mistreated. DO NOT damage the natural creations caves have to offer. Unfortunately there are some who will ruin nature's beautiful creations for future generations. Many caves have been closed to the public to preserve them due to disturbances to the cave and wildlife. This ruins the experience for future explorers so please be respectful of nature. Remember you may be entering into an animal's home (bats, snakes, spiders, etc) and just like any home you visit all respect should be given. As always, do not leave any trash in the area of the cave; take more trash than you bring.

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Alabaster Caverns


Website:
http://www.travelok.com/state_parks


Location:
217036 SH 50A
Freedom, Oklahoma 73842


Contact:
Phone: (405) 621-3381
Crystal Cave


The Cave:
• Entrance is well hidden in the trees and rocks; best seen on east side of the hill
• At least 1/4 mile past end of trail


Website:
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Location:
Turner Falls Park
Duncan Field Cave


The Cave:
• Most biologically rich cave in Oklahoma
• 59 animal species


Website:
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Location:
• Adair County, Oklahoma
• Ozark Plateaus Exoregion
Robbers Cave State Park


Website:
http://www.travelok.com/


Location:
Hwy 2 N
Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578

• Wilburton, Oklahoma
• San Bois Mountains
• Southeast Oklahoma


Contact:
Phone: (918) 465-2565
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Wagon Wheel Cave


The Cave:
• Large visible entrance
• One large room
• Narrow passage back to a smaller room
• 100+ feet up a steep hill


Website:
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Location:
Turner Falls Park

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