Little Sahara State Park - Wynoka, OK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member The Snowdog
N 36° 32.685 W 098° 53.395
14S E 509852 N 4044377
The rolling sand dunes of Little Sahara State Park are a fine place to try out your metal detector - in Wynoka, Oklahoma.
Waymark Code: WM15ZJ5
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 03/31/2022
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member lumbricus
Views: 1

Little Sahara State Park is comprised of about 1500 acres of razorback sand dunes. It is a popular destination for four-wheeling and motorcycling. Metal detecting is allowed, and no permit is required. Since there is a lot of motor traffic in the dunes your best prospects will be along the edges. There are several camping sites here as well and quite a bit can be found there. There are plenty of places to park along the east side of the dunes.
Date site was found: 03/31/2022

Depth item was found: a few inches

Item rating: common

Item condition: good

Estimated value of item found: low

Search this area again: yes

Item want list: trade

Description of item's found:
While we were geocaching we broke out the metal detector and scanned along a fence line. We found mostly trash; the most valuable item was a 25-cent piece.

Comments about the item found:
Nothing much to say, it wasn't even a "state" quarter.

Equipment used: Heathkit Metal Detector (built by my father in the 1970s!)

coin 1: quarter (25 cents)

Land ownership: Public

coin 2: Not listed

coin 3: Not listed

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coin 7: Not listed

coin 8: Not listed

coin 9: Not listed

coin 10: Not listed

artefact 1: Not listed

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artefact 10: Not listed

Location of find-address,city,state,zip,country,county: Not listed

Location notes: Not listed

Contact information of land owner: Not listed

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