This state park is home to the largest gypsum cave open to the public in the world. The gypsum is available mostly in the form of alabaster, specifically three different types: pink, white, and black. Tours are offered, and wild caving is available if you have the proper equipment.
The caverns are 3/4 of a mile long and have a constantly-flowing stream running through the bottom of them.
Posted by TrailAPI on March 13, 2013
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