Wachita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

32 Refuge Headquarters
Indiahoma, Oklahoma  73552

Phone: 580-429-2197

Take a three-mile drive to the top of Mt. Scott for a panoramic view of the Wichita Mountain range.

State Highway 49, goes about 20 miles through the refuge, is another scenic drive.

Both of the above mentioned roads are part of the Wichita Mountains National Scenic Byway, as designated by the Federal Highway Administration.


Helpful Links:

  • Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge Website
  • Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge on Facebook
  • Great Scenic Drives On NWRs – Take a three-mile drive to the top of Mt. Scott for a panoramic view of the Wichita Mountain range. Between mountain peaks, see some of country‚Äôs last untilled native prairie, where bison and cattle roam among the oaks and greenbriar. Every September the Annual Bison Roundup culls the animals for testing and sale, donation or return to the herd. State Highway 49, which goes about 20 miles through the refuge, is another scenic drive. Both roads are part of the Wichita Mountains National Scenic Byway, as designated by the Federal Highway Administration.  
    Wildlife to see: Texas Longhorn cattle, bison, elk, deer, coyotes, red-tailed hawks, prairie dogs, turkey, bobcat.