Alabaster Caverns State Park
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Alabaster Caverns State Park is a 200-acre state park approximately 4.5 miles south of Freedom, Oklahoma, United States near Oklahoma State Highway 50. It is home to the largest natural gypsum cave in the world that is open to the public. The gypsum is mostly in the form of alabaster. There are several types of alabaster found at the site, including pink, white, and the rare black alabaster. This black alabaster can be found in only three veins in the world, one each in Oklahoma, Italy and China. Another form of gypsum can be found in the many beautiful selenite crystal formations.
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Soil Survey of ... (2003)
Alabaster Caverns State Park is a network of gypsum caves that formed when water dissolved the soluble gypsum and alabaster. lt is one of only a few places in the world where black alabaster can be found. The park is located a few miles ...
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