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We spent several months staying at Monahans Sandhills State Park and we miss it, greatly. We enjoyed the office staff, they are all super friendly. The whole family had a blast sliding down the dunes and going for long walks. We can't wait to visit...More
The wife and I took a try at the sand sledding. Didn't have good luck with getting any speed - it is not like sledding on snow. Just another item checked o the Texas Bucket List. The park ranger suggested that winter time the sand...More
I have always wanted to see these dunes. We arrived around sunset, but the visitor center was closed and really the dunes weren't much. Little kids might enjoy sliding down them, but there is not much for adults to do.
My husband and I are retired and live in the small town of Monahans, TX, a short drive west of the Sandhills State Park. We visit this lovely natural area nearly every day of the year. No matter what time of day or season of...More
This is a great place to see and experience if you've never seen sand dunes but I highly do not recommend visiting in the summer months. If you do, go at cooler times of the day and take plenty of water! The sand was extremely...More
My husband and I went to Monahans Sandhills State Park on a Saturday morning in July. Many kids and some adults had plastic disks and were sliding down the sand dunes. That was fun the watch. The park office rents plastic disks for about $2.25...More
We arrived at noon (mistake!), rented two disks and after 40 minutes we left! It was too hot! Went back later in the day and had the best experience. Perfect temperature and great light for photographs. Rangers are extremely helpful. We stopped in many places...More
This is truly a hidden gem. I must admit I have driven by the exit many times when travelling along I-20 and thought it didn't' look like much. How could sand dunes be fun? Well, our son learned about them in Texas History and wanted...More
This was a great stop! We had children ages 3-9 in our group & they had a blast! Bring plenty of water. There are covered picnic tables for lunches & outdoor shower to rinse off. Staff was super friendly & informative. You can rent large...More
This Park is really fun to visit with kids. You pay a fee and you can rent disks to surf the dunes. The rangers were very helpful and friendly and gave great advice. We made the mistake to go at noon! Returned later and really...More