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Best Trails in Oklahoma

Turkey Mountain Yellow Trail

Tulsa, OK

Turkey Mountain Yellow Trail is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked loop 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 and horses are also able to use this trail.

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  • Best Mountain Biking

  • Best Trail Running

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Arcadia Lake Trail
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The south trails are barely usable because of the ridiculous bike trail they are building. Technically you are not supposed to use it. There is no sign when u come in off of 15th.

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Mount Scott Scenic Drive and Overlook
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

So beautiful! The kids and I went here this weekend and had so much fun!

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Dripping Springs Trail
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

Had a lot of fun took the family only complaint is that when you get to the bottom of the falls there is a top hand rail but no middle one I tried to let my daughter walk around but was afraid she would fall the falls though were absolutely beautiful

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Elk Mountain Trail
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I am a novice hiker and this trail gave me a challenge and was fun. I took a couple rests going up and made the roundtrip in about 2.5 hours. This area is away from civilization so be prepared with gear, water, and GPS. If you get lost here help is going to take a while to reach you, so keep that in mind. The views were amazing and my dog was able to make the hike with no problems. I will definitely be back to hike the other trails in the refuge. Look where you step, we saw a 4 foot rattler near the trailhead. We stopped and let him pass by so he didn't even shake his rattle. This is a beautiful area with a ton of wildlife including elk and buffalo.

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Cliffside Trail
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2 Completed 0 Reviews

The trail is actually named Bromide Hill and finding the trailhead was a little tricky. Once on the trail it was really cool with several springs and creeks. The majority is wooded and the trail is wide enough for kids and dogs. it wasn't a difficult hike so it's perfect for a family. After hiking to Bromide Hill we took the connecting Bison Point overlook trail and made a full loop. The Bison Point trail adds another mile and it has some great views of the river and the Bison herd. Overall it's a good family trail and great for cardio.

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Rough Canyon Trail
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

Nice trail for hiking. Lots of rocks and woods. If you go after a rain prepare to walk in water for most of the trail. Some uphill with rocks, with younger kids may be a little iffy in spots. My 4 year old managed as long as he had a hand. They say allow 2hr45min for trail. With young kid, a dog and after rain we took about 4, but we do take our time. Cave is fun at the end too.

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California Road Nature Trail
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2 Completed 0 Reviews

The app is wrong on this one. Check the map frequently. great trail.

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Chickasaw NRA- Buffalo & Antelope Springs Trail
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Chickasaw NRA- Buffalo & Antelope Springs Trail
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Cave Trail
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

So much fun, beautiful place to see and not to difficult for children everyone will have a blast