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“The sand dunes are beautiful and our family always has a blast!”

Ranked #1 of 3 things to do in Waynoka
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“The sand dunes are beautiful and our family always has a blast!”
Reviewed October 12, 2013

We love bringing our boys to Little Sahara to ride! The camping areas are great for a camping trip or just a day trip! We ride into town and eat at one of the many dining establishments! My boys love the times when we ride the dunes at night!

Visited October 2013
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Hammond, Louisiana
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“Sand Dunes in Oklahoma?”
Reviewed September 24, 2013

We travel the country riding trails on our ATVs. This was our first trip to ride sand dunes. It was quite impressive and unlike any other riding we've done. We were quite unprepared for the sheer size of the sand dunes and also the shapes. There's a live rattlesnake in the park office in a glass cage. There's plenty of activity to enjoy just watching other riders doing daredeveil stunts and racing across the dunes.

Visited September 2013
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Gardner, Kansas
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“BEST dune ride”
Reviewed August 6, 2013

Loved the dunes at little Sahara in Oklahoma. Easy to get to, easy camping. Wish there were more bathrooms/showers.

The dunes were unbelievable, a different ride every morning as the sands shift at night. I was a novice, so after riding a few days with the pros, I was able to navigate the park myself. If you hit the parameter fence just follow it in to the camping...eventually.
People are friendly, you can ride to town on your bikes. Food and gas is right around the corner.

Visited September 2012
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Memphis, Tennessee, United States
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“Tons of 4 wheel fun”
Reviewed July 29, 2013

Our family took the sand rail to Oklahama for some sand fun , it was very hot but tons of fun . Great place to ride motorcycles , bungies,side by sides, sandrails etc, paddle tires are a must.Word to the wise it is a very very small town with only one or two places to eat and if their is a big event at the park it is very hard to find a place to stay ( only one tiny hotel) my advice would be to plan your trip in advance so you can rent a house it is just about your only option , the house are not great but for guys on a weekend adventures this is usually not a big deal . On our way back home we stopped in Oklahoma city and it was amazing water parks ,amazing downtown ,water taxis ,just a tons of sights highly suggest stopping in !

Visited August 2012
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Chanute
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“Fun in the sand!!”
Reviewed May 21, 2013

If you've not been to little Sahara make plans to go, Avoid real hot weather, and if you don't like crowds, or snakes, avoid the rattle snake roundup. Do call Stewarts in advance and reserve a ride if you don't have your own. I recommend a Razor side by side however if you want to ride on your own there are plenty of options. Think light and fast as staying on top of the sand is a plus as getting bogged down looked annoying! Then just head out to the dunes and let go for a bit. I was surprised at the size of the dunes as I was thinking 10 feet maybe, it's more like 50 and the place is huge. We had a blast and while it wasn't cheap and is a long ways from just about anywhere it was well worth the trip.

Visited May 2013
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