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Turkey Mountain Yellow Trail

Tulsa, OK

Turkey Mountain Yellow Trail is a 3.8 mile out and back trail located near Tulsa, OK that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Narrows Trail to Boulder Mountain (Eagle Mountain) - Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
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2 Completed 0 Reviews

It was great. Don't wait til the dam to cross the river, there are lots of better opportunities if you're watching. Also, you're likely to encounter a buffalo or two so keep an eye out. They're usually pretty docile.

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Tulsa River Parks
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4 Completed 3 Reviews

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Pryor Creek Nature Trail
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

There is a web site for the trail here:
http://pryorcreeknaturetrail.org/

A map with all three trailheads is here:
http://pryorcreeknaturetrail.org/trailmap.htm

The trail is 3.92 miles total.

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Oklahoma River Trail
by Shelley Pruitt

1 Completed 0 Reviews

Road this trail as it linked me to Overholser via the West River trail several days a week in the fall of 2015

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Oklahoma "Ankle Express" Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

We did an over night trip, 5 star for sure unless your name is Nate Moseley

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Pryor Creek Nature Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great find close to home! It was still muddy in places from the December rains but we trudged through. Took all 3 dogs and they enjoyed it as much as we did.

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Dog Run Hollow Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Done this many times. Start at French lake and end at black dot. Leave a car at each end. Very scenic and pretty easy walk on varied terrain

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Old Military Trail
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16 Completed 6 Reviews

The Old Military Road / Boardstand Path/ Ouachita Mountain Trail collectively form a looped hike of about 23 miles, overlapping with many other routes such as the Choctaw Nation Trail and Panorama Vista, through Talimena State Park—and is argued to be the best hike through the hills of Oklahoma. There are a couple instances towards the end that can be confusing: during the final decent to Talihina State Park, there are intermittent yellow blazes because the INT criss-crosses the Ouachita trail several times, but will close on its self where the Ouachita Trail intersects the Old Military Trail. All state park offices were closed except for central location; we saw no water sources on the route, mostly overcast and cold with strong winds in more open areas/higher elevation. Took us about 10 hours to complete. Not the best scenery in the winter, of course, but still very enjoyable.

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Boardstand Trail
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16 Completed 6 Reviews

The Old Military Road / Boardstand Path/ Ouachita Mountain Trail collectively form a looped hike of about 23 miles, overlapping with many other routes such as the Choctaw Nation Trail and Panorama Vista, through Talimena State Park—and is argued to be the best hike through the hills of Oklahoma. There are a couple instances towards the end that can be confusing: during the final decent to Talihina State Park, there are intermittent yellow blazes because the INT criss-crosses the Ouachita trail several times, but will close on its self where the Ouachita Trail intersects the Old Military Trail. All state park offices were closed except for central location; we saw no water sources on the route, mostly overcast and cold with strong winds in more open areas/higher elevation. Took us about 10 hours to complete. Not the best scenery in the winter, of course, but still very enjoyable.

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Bathtub Rock Falls
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This place is not really a hiking trail it is more of a place to go to and chill. It is a cool place but if you travel too far you are on private property. Great place to go in the late spring if you have small children to swim.