I love caves and always wanted to visit Oklahoma's only real cave state park. We knew not to expect stalagmites, but the tour was still interesting and seeing black alabaster which is only found 3 places in the world is cool. After taking the 5 o'clock tour, we experienced the Selman Bat Watch, for which you need to enter a lottery to register. After an educational orientation you are taken by school bus to an an area nearby, where you can take an optional walking tour and one of the biologists describes the flora and fauna of the area. Then, you take your seats to see a million and a half Mexican free tail bats fly from the cave at dusk. Unlike Austin, TX, you have to pay for this viewing, but the experience is very worthwhile.
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