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Beaver Dunes Park (Beaver, Oklahoma)

Overview Of Beaver Dunes Park

Open: Year round
Dune Riding Hours:
Latitude / Longitude: 
36.842014, -100.513705
Managed by:
Oklahoma State
$10 per day for operators and passengers
Yes, 2 Campgrounds

Location Of Beaver Dunes Park

Location: Northwest Oklahoma
Located one mile north of Beaver on Hwy 270

Beaver Sand Dunes 

Located way up in the panhandle of Oklahoma you’ll find this charming small town country park. It’s 520 acres set aside for off roading with 300 of those acres being small rolling sand dunes. It’s a nice relaxing getaway without the big crowds of Little Sahara.

The primary draw here is the ATV sand dunes, but there is also a fully stocked fishing lake with bass, perch and catfish.

The Big Sandy picnic area has tables, a playground, sand volleyball court, basketball hoop, horseshoe pits and two reservable picnic shelters. There’s also the Pioneer Interpretive Trail, which is an easy only mile loop.

Beaver Dunes State Park

Beaver Dunes Park

Beaver Dunes Campgrounds

Pioneer Campground

Located inside Beaver Dunes Park
$20 RV
$12 Tent
Senior discount available
ADA Accessible:
Yes, bathroom + shower

Adjacent to the dunes with direct access.

13 sites
30/50 Amp electric hookups
Water hookups
Dump station
Call for Reservations:
 580-625-3373. No online reservations.

Beaver Lake Picnic Area
Beaver Lake Picnic Area by J. Stephen Conn | Flickr

Hackberry Bend Campground

Located next to Beaver Lake
$20 RV
$12 Tent
Senior discount available
ADA Accessible: 
Yes, bathroom + shower

Next to Beaver Lake which is stocked with largemouth bass, perch and channel cat.

7 sites with 30/50 Amp electric and water hookups
10 tent sites
Primitive cabin that sleeps 4 (reservable) ($30)
Call for Reservations:
580-625-3373. No online reservations.

Wild ATV
  • Open year round
  • Fun location for families
  • Be sure to pack a fishing rod

Park Safety Rules And Regulations

  • Ride at your own risk. 
  • Stay within the posted park boundaries.
  • Whip flags required. Must be 10 feet from the ground to the top of the whip.
  • The whip flag must measure 6″ x 12″ and be attached within 10″ of the whip’s tip. Must be solid orange color.
  • Vehicle powered lights are required for night time use, bright white for the front and red for the rear.
  • Dune buggies and 4×4 vehicles must have a roll bar strong enough to support the weight of the vehicle and they must also be equipped with seat belts for all riders.
  • Full coverage helmets are strongly suggested. 
  • Operators less than 18 years old must wear a helmet.
  • No passengers are allowed on ATVs unless the vehicle is specifically manufactured for a passenger.

ATV Laws In Oklahoma

  • All operators and/or passengers less than 18 years old must wear an approved helmet.
  • It is illegal to carry a passenger unless the vehicle is designed specifically by the manufacturer to carry passengers in addition to the operator.
  • Parents, legal guardians, the person responsible for a minor, or the owner of an OHV operated by a minor is legally responsible for any law violations committed by a minor operator.
  • Oklahoma does not allow street legal OHVs.
  • You are legally allowed to cross roads and highways that bisect trails if you have a driver’s license, but only during the day. This rule does not apply to divided highways or streets or highways with a posted speed limit of more than thirty-five (35) miles per hour in the area of the crossing.

Oklahoma OHV Registation

  • Oklahoma requires all ATVs and off-road motorcycles (ORMs) to be registered (Cost is $11. This is a one time, non-reoccurring fee.)
  • If your OHV is registered in your home state, that is legal. No special permits are required.

ATV Laws In Oklahoma

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