1. Paul Odom

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    More impressive then we predicted. Fun tour. Worth the trip from okc.

  2. Barbara Gordon

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    The cave tour is worth it just for the pictures and we utilized their tent grounds. The restrooms are not the best, but at least they have them.

  3. will smith

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    The third time in 20 years i have been there. The guide was a little abrasive but knowledgeable. She contradicted what previous guides had mentioned and relied on questions asked instead of informing us on History like previous guides. I felt a little rushed and didn’t like the fact that lights turning out behind us set the pace for the tour and felt being “left” behind as a way to motivate people to “keep” up was unnecessary. I will still go back.

  4. aaron zimenoff

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    Natural air conditioning and a nice 45 minute tour

  5. Russell Tidaback

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    The drive from OKC is boring Oklahoma farm land…but the park is a perfect day trip park. You can leave OKC in the morning, have lunch in Woodward and visit the park the afternoon.The park cave tours start promptly on the hour. Takes about an hour walk through the tour lead cave.There is camp camping too, visit the state park website for more info.You can hike the trails, some are experienced/moderate hiker level experience but the trails are easy. There are nice scenic views in certain areas.Snacks consist of soda and candy bars, so bring some of your own. Also, bring some water as the trails…you will need it. No water bottles, snacks, drinks, etc in the cave.Also, if you can not walk stairs easily…don’t go to this park. YOU would be the hazard.I recommend the park…there’s not alot to do in Oklahoma so…