Oklahoma is one of the most friendly OHV and ATV states in the nation. Thousands of miles of trails invite all levels of riders to challenge themselves and see some beautiful countryside. Oklahoma has a ton of great trails, but here are four can't-miss trails for you to check out.

Little Sahara State Park

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Little Sahara has an interesting past. The towering sand dunes were originally thought of as a giant nuisance in the northwest corner of Oklahoma until a pair of camels and a local auto dealer changed the perception of the park.

The camels were the star attraction in a Christmas parade with over 4,000 visitors attending. The auto dealer was a pioneer in off-roading. In 1963 he took his homemade steampunk vehicle across the dunes and started a trend still alive today.

Little Sahara is over 1600 acres of sand dunes ranging in height from 25 to 75 feet. Over 100,000 riders enjoyed the dunes last year alone. The park has 86 RV sites, 143 tent sites, and a concession stand open during the busy season. Besides the dunes, there are also trails that wind through the yucca plants and prairies of the Oklahoma wilderness.

Ten-foot safety flags are required when riding the dunes. If you don't have any, they are available in the local town of Waynoka. Stop and grab some snacks and your flags before you get to the park.

Redneck Off-Road Heaven

Compared to Little Sarah, Redneck Off-Road Heaven is the new guy on the block. Opened in 2014, this 220-acre off-road playground has already made its mark on the off-road scene.

The park is located just west of Mannsville, Oklahoma and boasts trails for every level of rider. Rock climbs, mud holes, forest trails, and creek crossings are all part of the trail system at Redneck Heaven. Primitive camping and port-a-johns are available for those who would like to come for a weekend (or a month) and you can ride daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Riders pay ten dollars per day and payments are collected on the honor system. A testament to OHV riders everywhere.

Redneck Off-Road Heaven also offers large groups the opportunity to hold rally's, club events, and fundraisers on the property. When you are planning your trip, call to see if there are any special events planned for the duration of your trip. Some events are open to all, while others are closed to the public.

Soggy Bottom Trails and Pub

Soggy Bottom Trails opened in the spring of 2017 to rave reviews. Located on the banks of the South Canadian River in Wanette, this park offers riders not only great trails but the opportunity to boat and fish as well.

The trails are a good mix of sand and hills plus the opportunity to ride on the banks of the river. This means great riding for both the inexperienced and veteran rider. All manner of vehicle are welcome at Soggy Bottom Trails, so bring your side-by-side, your ATV, or your dirt bike.

You might have noticed the word pub in the name of this park. That's because there is a large grain bin pub located right on the property. The pub is open on the weekends and has bands, karaoke, and other special events. Check the schedule to see what's going on the weekend you plan on being there.

Pine Mountain Trails

At over 1700 acres, Pine Mountain Trails is one of the largest privately-owned OHV park in the state of Oklahoma. This place is made for off-roaders to come out and play the weekend away. Sixty miles of trails wind through the property with a variety of trails for all levels of riders. The owners live onsite and welcome everyone to come and enjoy their property.

Pine Mountain Trails are located in the southeast corner of the state near Cloudy, Oklahoma. During the days of the Indian Territory, this mountainous area was known as seven devils. Now it is just known as a great place to hunt, fish, and go off-roading. The mountains provide a good challenge for more experienced riders, and the gravel pits provide a great start for new riders.

This massive OHV park offers both primitive camping and RV hook-ups. They even have small cabins for rent. The cabins are fully furnished and have hot and cold running water.

Oklahoma: A Great Place for Off-Roading

Whether you want to play on the sand dunes or in the mountains, Oklahoma has a place for you to go off-roading. These four places are perfect for the new rider as well as the experienced rider. Pack up the fam and head out for a great weekend of off-roading.

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