Coon Ridge Trail is a 2.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Wilburton, Oklahoma that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and fishing and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Coon Ridge Trail is loop through the pine and hardwood forest wich includes veiws of Coon Creek Valley. Trails is marked with red blaze.
Great trail. Not very much elevation change. Great trails but the map from the park is outdated. The campsite we went to was sort of highly trafficked by the lake. Good for beginner to intermediate backpackers. They have longer trails. Up to 10 miles one way.
One of the 10 different trails around Robbers Cave state Park . Great hike give your self plenty of time some of the trail markers are really faded so you have to look for them. They were not consistent with where the markers were placed. Some times on a tree trunk some times on a big rock on the ground or a big stump. this is still an enjoyable hike in the woods.
Fun trail. If you just want to be outside and do some trails or hiking it is pretty good. Not much to see until you get to the top. Would recommend it if you already climbed around the caves and want something else to do.
Not much to see until you get to the ridge, it is fun to get off the trail and explore once you get there!!!
Nice trail. Not too much of view in summer.
A short loop trail through the woods with views over a small valley. It has a great backpackers camp that is not really advertised. Had I known it would of been a great camp for the first day there before I did the longer trails the next day.