Little Sahara State Park RV & Campground Guide


As you approach Little Sahara State Park, the red Oklahoma dirt is replaced by an unexpected sight: enormous sand dunes. This isn't your typical state park; instead of quiet hiking trails and silent sports, you'll find wild adventure and hair-raising fun for the whole family. Off-road riders come from all over the state to speed across the dunes, sailing high into the air as they crest each hill. Between rides, hike around the dunes or enjoy a picnic near your campsite. Whether you come during the heat of summer or out for a cool winter weekend, the park's remote location is ideal for disconnecting. The hamlet of Waynoka is about four miles north, and Oklahoma City lies 120 miles to the southeast.

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Spring 35-75 F
Summer 65-95 F
Fall 35-75 F
Winter 25-50 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Little Sahara State Park

With its remote location and exposed landscape, Little Sahara State Park is made for RV vacations. After a comfortable night away from the blowing sand and hot sun, you'll be refreshed and ready for adventure. See how RV camping can take your trip to the next level with an RV rental.

Little Sahara State Park Campgrounds

Be the first one to hit the dunes when you stay at one of the three Little Sahara State Park Campgrounds. With a total of 143 tent sites and 86 RV sites, there's plenty of room for your crew to spread out and relax. Each RV site offers electric and water hookups, and you'll find a handy comfort station in each loop. The hot showers are a treat after a day of riding in the sand. During the busy summer season, you can find snacks, fuel, and other supplies inside the park. Prices vary, but you can plan to pay at least $25 for an RV campsite.

Deuces Wild Campground

Looking to relax in luxury after a wild day on the dunes? Head to Deuces Wild Campground, where RV sites with full hookups await. This large, open campground is popular with RVers and ATV riders, creating a fun, lively atmosphere. The dump station and large supply of pull-through sites make it easy to bring your big rig. Hop on the trail to Waynoka across the street; close by, you can access an ATV trail that takes you straight to the state park. RV spots with full hookups start at $35 per night, and the park requires a two-night minimum. If you're staying for a week or month, ask about extended-stay discounts.

Dog Creek Campground

Clean and friendly, Dog Creek Campground is an ideal place to relax between rides at Little Sahara State Park. It's located in Waynoka, so you can get on the park access trail in minutes. Some sites offer electric hookups. Rates vary; call or email the park staff for more information.

Big Bend Park Campground

Enjoy everything Oklahoma has to offer by setting up camp at Big Bend Park Campground. Little Sahara State Park is about 55 miles north, so it's an easy day trip. Return to your campsite and enjoy the views of Canton Lake. When you're done with the dunes, try boating, tubing, and fishing on the lake or play disc golf on land. With electric and water hookups, as well as a dump station, showers, and a playground, this popular campground is a fun family getaway. Sites with electricity are $22-$24 per night.

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What to Do at
Little Sahara State Park

Inside Little Sahara State Park

Little Sahara State Park is a haven for thrill-seekers. Bring your ATV, side-by-side, or dune buggy, or rent one from one of the nearby outfitters. The wide-open dunes are popular for speedsters and casual riders alike, making the park a fun destination for everyone in your family. After dark, enjoy the spectacular views of the northwest Oklahoma sky from your campsite.

Outside Little Sahara State Park

When you come to Little Sahara State Park, be prepared; the park's remote location is part of its charm. The tiny town of Waynoka, which usually has a population of fewer than 1,000 people, offers a few restaurants and convenience stores. There are adventures further away, though. To enjoy them, make sure you have a full tank of gas and a great road-trip playlist.


Authentic Mexican Olga's Tamales

The name says it all; Authentic Mexican Olga's Tamales offers some of the best Mexican food you can find within a few hours of Little Sahara State Park. Try the tamales, but don't forget other traditional dishes, including enchiladas, quesadillas, and beans.

Type: Mexican

Location: Waynoka, OK 73860

Cafe Bahnhof German Restaurant & Biergarten

After a day in the dunes, head to Cafe Bahnhof German Restaurant & Biergarten for big, filling portions of classic meat-and-potatoes fare. Start with the sausage sampler appetizer, and wash your pork dinner down with a beer on tap. Fun and relaxed, this is a great place to unwind with friends or your family.

Type: German

Location: 1725 E Cecil St, Waynoka, OK 73860

HoneyWheat Cafe & Catering

Everyone is welcome at HoneyWheat Cafe & Catering, a friendly cafe with an impressive breakfast selection. Go with a classic egg combo, or fill up on biscuits and gravy or a hearty omelet.

Type: American

Location: US-281, Waynoka, OK 73860


Stewart SandSports

Pick up all of the supplies you need to enjoy Little Sahara State Park at Stewart SandSports. From parts and clothing to ATV rentals, this store has it all.

Location: 910 Main St, Waynoka, OK 73860

The Pink Orchid

Find a beautiful decoration for your home at The Pink Orchid, a well-curated gift shop. Its eclectic selection includes vintage pieces, Americana-themed decor, and classic pieces for yourself or a loved one.

Location: 1580 Main St, Waynoka, OK 73860

Zook's Country Market

Stock your RV kitchen at Zook's Country Market, a locally owned grocery store that's known for its exceptional service. From meat to canned goods, it carries everything you need for a weekend camping trip.

Location: 1224 Main St, Waynoka, OK 73860


Waynoka Air Rail Museum

Get to know the fascinating history of Oklahoma with a visit to the Waynoka Historical Society. Here, you can check out a historic train depot and explore the exhibits at the Waynoka Air Rail Museum. While you're there, make sure to check out the Harvey House and ask the staff how to get to the nearby historic log cabin.

Location: 1383 S Cleveland St, Waynoka, OK 73860

Ride Horses Through the Prairie

Head to Gloss Mountain Outfitters and spend the day exploring the prairie on horseback. Contact the lodge to set up a custom trail ride for your group and enjoy a true Oklahoma experience.

Location: RR 2, Box 1530, Waynoka, OK 73860

Indian Creek Village Winery

Drive 40 miles east to Indian Creek Village Winery to check out the unique Oklahoma wine scene. This friendly, family-owned spot is a lovely place for a tasting and a tour. You might even get to see a wedding in progress on the well-maintained grounds.

Location: 52 County Rd 640, Ringwood, OK 73768

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How to Get to
Little Sahara State Park

Little Sahara State Park is located on Highway 281 in northwestern Oklahoma. From the south, take Highway 412 to 281. If you're coming from the north, get on Highway 64 and connect to 281 in Alva.

Entering Little Sahara State Park

Little Sahara State Park is open every day of the year. The park itself is open around the clock, but the office operates from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check for specific riding hours when you arrive as they may vary by season.

Little Sahara State Park Per person (age 11 and up) : $10.0

Children under 10 get in free.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Little Sahara State Park

What is the climate of Little Sahara State Park?

Both the summers and winters can be relatively harsh at Little Sahara State Park. Temperatures during summer can climb as high as 95 degrees, and winter temperatures can sometimes drop below 25 degrees.

What is the best time of year to visit Little Sahara State Park?

May and September are perfect times to visit Little Sahara State Park if you want to avoid the hottest times of the year. The weather will be warm, but the temperature should be below 90 degrees.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Little Sahara State Park?

Little Sahara State Park is home to a unique variety of wildlife. During your visit to the park, you may be lucky enough to spot mule deer, antelope, desert whip snakes, and many species of birds and reptiles.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Little Sahara State Park?

There are 214 sites suitable for RVs at Little Sahara State Park, each equipped with electric and water hookups. Campsites are spacious and feature picnic tables. Restrooms and showers are within walking distance for RVers staying at the park.

Are pets allowed at Little Sahara State Park?

You can bring your pets to the park's campgrounds and recreational areas. Park rules mandate that pets be on a leash and that you clean up after your furry companions. If you bring your pets during summer, remember to have lots of water to keep them hydrated!