Sandy Sanders Wildlife Management Area
The Sandy Sanders Wildlife Management Area near Erick is a 19,100-acre preserve of pristine prairie in western Oklahoma. This wildlife management area features everything from uniform flatlands to adventurous terrain known as the "breaks." Three creeks flow across the area and a variety of on-site ponds attract a wide array of wildlife including deer, bobcat and golden eagles. The Sandy Sanders Wildlife Management Area is known for its beautiful wildflowers, excellent bird watching and hiking opportunities available April through August. This area is also open to hunters September through March.
Facility Amenities: Open Seasonally
On-site Activities: Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunting
Open year round except during controlled hunting season. Call for more information.
Take Hwy 66 west from Erick to Hwy 30, go south 9.2 miles and follow signage.
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