Beginning Jan 1, 2011 anyone who enters any Oklahoma Wildlife Management Area MUST HAVE an Oklahoma hunting or fishing license or the new "Conservation Passport License", which costs $26. You may go to a business who sells the license or pay $3 additional to get it online at https://www.wildlifedepartment.com/forget1/Update.aspx. This is a state statute and is separate from DoWackaDo and our entry fees.
The 'Breaks' of Southwestern Oklahoma are a geological formation characterized by canyons and buttes created by erosion. The region has whitish semi-erosive gypsum strata in the soil from ancient shallow seas that covered the area 270 to 220 million years ago. The gypsum layers are visible in the mesas and canyons throughout the DoWackaDo Trail Run.
Sandy Sander WMA is a 19,100 acre state owned wildlife management area
used primarily by hunters from October to April. Trails are mostly double track ranch roads. The Elm Fork of the Red River (pictured right) is at the southern end of the WMA. The Dowackado Ranch Headquarters is on the NE side of the property (see Map Page for a map).
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT?Don't bet your Do-Wacka-Do, Wacka-Do, Wacka-Do, Wacka-Do, Wacka-Do...
Visit the Roger Miller Museum
Roger Miller Boulevard (Route 66) and Sheb Wooley Ave. Erick, Oklahoma. See a great collection Roger Miller memorobilia from his motorcycle to the 'little bum' that inspired Roger's mega hit "King of the Road".
(click on picture, right, for museum website)