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This was a 4 wheeling (side-by-side) trip gone sideways. After a long ride from North Texas we explored this park only for a short time. It was hot, sandy and very challenging. It takes patience, skill and bravery to attempt the sandy hills at this...More
Note: we went in 2015 , this would not let me change date to 2015 .
We camped at the main gate, he had water and electricity, pubic showers and bathrooms, some shade on the other side without these hook-ups . These sites go fast...More
We were in the area and decided to make a short detour. The site didn’t disappoint. After driving south of Waynoka we found the park. We drove in and found the camping area and general parking. There was no fee.
After we parked we took...More
Went down to ATV and buggy with some family and to cross this off my bucket list! It was a great time and there were a bunch of people there that were helpful. However, there were a few jerks out there that were unapologetic about...More
Little Sahara State Park is a very popular for off-road vehicle destination. That is why we came to the area. My 11 year old son found this to be a great spring break adventure.
Overview: The park covers over 1,600 acres with height ranging from...More
I've been to the park over a dozen times with different groups each time. There is always fun to be had by all. They parts store on site has helpful and nice staff. Wish the local authorities would ease up on restrictions. I think they...More
We were just passing through Waynoka and decided to stop to check out Little Sahara State Park. We did not bring an ATV with us, but we enjoyed the short hike up to the lookout. This is a good place to stop and just stretch...More
One would never dream that Oklahoma has giant sand dunes. These dunes keep changing because of the wind. It is a great place for ATV riding. The observation tower is the best place to view the dunes unless you are riding an ATV. Bring a...More