Sutton Wilderness Trail

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Sutton Wilderness Trail is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Norman, Oklahoma that features a lake. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

1.3 miles 39 feet Loop

dogs on leash

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly




nature trips

road biking

trail running






wild flowers


Sutton Wilderness Trail makes a beautiful scenic walk, run, or bike. Once this property belonged to the Griffin Memorial Hospital. The patients would fish the pond. Very historic area. You can see small mammals such as rabbits, skunks, opossum, and squirrel. You can see many birds and waterfowl. Open during day only.

2 months ago

Nice trail to unwind in the heart of Norman.

2 months ago

Great trail in the middle of Norman. It was a good getaway when I was in college. There are often lots of hikers and bikers on the trail. Not a whole lot to see but is a fun way to escape the city without actually leaving.

3 months ago


4 months ago

trail was in poor condition and areas looked bewildered.

5 months ago

mountain biking
6 months ago

I came here for the first time with my three kids and I liked it a lot, the only problem is there's a part of the trail under construction.

6 months ago

Easy, level walking or jogging trails. Be careful as most the dog walkers don't use leashes. Look out for deer in the evening.

6 months ago

7 months ago

This is just a nice little get-away in the middle of town.. who knew? I've been walking this route for years now.. Love taking my dogs here too.. about 1/2 the trail is shaded and about 1/2 in the sun.. best time to go is early morning or sunset.. such a fabulous get away from the concrete I'm typically surrounded by... grab a friend and go for a walk.

7 months ago

9 months ago

9 months ago

It's a nice community trail in Norman. It's good for family's, casual walks and the fishing in the pond is pretty good (catfish, bass and sunfish).