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Spectacular spelunking adventures await outdoor enthusiasts in the Oklahoma State Parks System. Photos by Charles Sasser


Caving is a physical sport that involves climbing, walking, crawling, hiking and even swimming. It can be hazardous. Robbers Cave park ranger Mike Prince recommends cavers plan their excursions beforehand, that they be in reasonable physical shape, and that, if venturing off the beaten path, they let someone know where they are going and when they expect to return. Whether caves are on government or on private property, “wild” or open to the public, TROG reminds would-be cavers of the spelunkers’ motto: “Take only pictures, leave only footprints.”


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Caves located in state parks open to the public are very tourist friendly. Accessing the following websites and telephone numbers provides more information on caves discussed in this article. Turner Falls State Park: Turnerfallspark.com, 580-369-2988; Alabaster Caverns State Park: Alabastercaverns@ oklahomaparks.com, 405-621-3381; Robbers Cave State Park: Robberscave@Oklahomaparks.com, 918-465-2565.


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