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wandern
21 hours ago

Nice hike to do alone if desired. Peaceful. Just enough incline to make it challenging. Wonderful creeks and overlooks of the lake.

wandern
6 days ago

Trail is very well identified and marked. Did the route with an 8 year old and 3 year old with no issues. Scenery is ok but power lines and cell towers ruin the look.

lovely easy trail following the lake.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
7 days ago

Great Trail. They are working on creating a new trail so my recording path is off of what the map shows in some areas. Follow the orange tape on the trees where possible. The old trail is blocked off in areas with piled up branches and logs.

First, I can't believe I've grown up/lived here for so long and have never hiked this trail. Today, I hiked south-to-north, starting at the Deep Ford Campground on the footbridge crossing Fourche Maline Creek. The first ten minutes was challenging, as from this end it's steadily uphill over a trail of jagged sandstone, but from there the trail was much easier on the feet even if it was straight uphill (which it was in a few places). Mountain Trail is listed as a 7-mile out-and-back trail, but in reality it's more like 4.5 miles one way(I took a mile's worth of detours to climb waterfalls), which would make it 9 miles out-and-back. Instead of going back the way I came, I followed Ash Creek Road at the end of the trail back to the park road and then back through the main area of the park back to Deep Ford. All told it was a 8.5 mile hike. There are places on the trail that are entirely worth the hike. First, from the south end it wasn't far until I came across a small creek that empties into Carlton Lake, but not before it tumbled over a 75-foot waterfall that was flowing decently thanks to the recent rains. At the top of the waterfall, the creek disappears underground and then disappears/reappears another three or four times before it finally meanders into the lake. From there the trail ascends to the bluffs overlooking the lake (the ones you can see across the lake from the mini golf area, pool, and nature center). After hiking up the incline to reach the top of the bluffs, it's a fairly level climb from here aside from the walk up the ridge on the south side of Lake Wayne Wallace. Along the way the trail crosses the Outdoor Classroom Trail, and a person who didn't want to continue on to the end of the MT (and the ensuing 3-mile walk back to Deep Ford) could just pick up the OCT here as it runs parallel to Fourche Maline, then walk through the park and then one mile back to the trailhead where you started. The end is a bit of a let-down; it just dead-ends on Ash Creek Road, although you can cross the road and pick up Cattail Pond Trail and Rough Canyon Trail that take you further north toward the caves. If you follow those, you could end up in the cave parking lot and/or on the rec field of Group Camp #2 (the old Boy Scout camp). I didn't think I had enough daylight left to get to the caves and either walk back to the park interior or even hitch a ride, so I didn't cross the road; I headed southeast on Ash Creek Road and eventually ended up back where I started. Along that walk--which I discovered why hikers prefer the soft, padded feel of a hiking trail to the asphalt of a paved road--I passed the horse stables, equestrian camp, artesian well, and a Fourche Maline that couldn't make up its mind. It was either roaring over boulders or almost completely still. Along the trail I only passed three other groups of hikers: an older couple (who actually passed me), a family with boys that refused to stay on the trail and insisted on getting precariously close to the bluff edges, and a group of women with their dog (who I actually encountered twice, once on the back side of Lake Wayne Wallace then again on the road back to Deep Ford). Because of the recent rain, I couldn't walk far without being within earshot of running creeks or gentle waterfalls. This is honestly the biggest reason I enjoy hiking. I'm a sucker for creeks and waterfalls and the sounds they make. On this trail, though, I can imagine that many if not all of these crossings would have been impassable just a few days ago due to being rain-swollen. I averaged 2.5 miles an hour and I walked SLOW, especially on the parts that were uphill or along the ridge.

We hiked from the information lodge to Inspiration Point. It was lovely. In spite of the rains this week, the trail had very few muddy places, and the views were great from the top. Info lodge restrooms were very clean!

wandern
8 days ago

Trail could use a few more markings, particularly at road crossings and rocky areas, but this is a great trail, especially for January. Great elevation changes and scenery. We enjoyed it!

wandern
ausgewaschen
sturmholz
überwachsen
10 days ago

wandern
schlammig
steinig
12 days ago

I wish I’d started on the Lodge trailhead first and gone the same route I did but south to north instead so I could linger in the near rocky areas and bluffs first then have the flat forest to end with. But either way I had fun. Took my camera so I was constantly stopping otherwise it would have taken me only 1.5-2 hrs at my usual pace. I want to cone back in the fall! I left on Coon Creek trail intending to go to Coon Creek Camp, hop the creek and continue south on the Multiuse trail BUT I lost the trail where it makes a sharp turn going uphill north of camp and it cost me some time. I was following the white squares and red paint down hill, the squares turned the paint kept going down hill, was utterly confusing till I back tracked. I got to the creek and camp at sundown and had 30 min till dark and forgot my headlamp so booked it on down the road/trail marked yellow that’s above the lake and followed it to the lodge where I’m staying the night for work and that is across the street from the trail head I left on. Coon creek would be a great easy going trail for kids I think.

one of the most beautiful trails in Stillwater for sure. It was somewhat hard to follow because it weaves over itself a lot but we made it! Saw an armadillo and a white tail deer if that’s what you’re into! And it was January.

all trails needs to pull this hiking trail from its website very misleading. me and my wife drove all the way from tulsa 1.5 hours away did not read the requirements on the review page. wasted a lot of time. it is not open to the public you need a hunting or fishing license which will cost each person around 15 bucks. very misleading alltrails please pull this hiking trails due to the fact that it's not free to the public and you have to have id to buying fishing license and pay 30 for two people to hike ??? oklahoma bs....

Nice hike through the pine trees with good views of the lake/water. Inclines were gradual and trail can be described as easy to moderate; probably closer to 4.25 miles. Saw numerous deer.

wandern
steinig
22 days ago

Nice views at the top. The trail itself has a lot of loose rocks and leaves on it.

wandern
abseits des Weges
steinig
22 days ago

This was an excellent hike! We backpacked in and found a great spot by the lake along the trail. It was rocky and the elevation changes quite a bit. We heard coyotes off in the distance late at night and plenty of birds on the lake. This entire area is so gorgeous! We will definitely be back!

wandern
22 days ago

This is a great trail. Had a lot of fun today. Lots of cactus so be careful if you bring your dogs.

If you don’t camp on the state park which is by the ranger station where ya gotta check in anyways, the camping is completely free! There are still bathrooms and shower with hot water at the ranger station. I thought I was gonna start on rocky point but to get to it you have to start on carnasaw nature trail. I don’t recommend rocky point for first timers, the trails are not well marked and I got lost a few times and it is definitely a workout. I think next time I’ll start at west branch which is off the road before you get to the parking area. So bypass rocky point and hit bugaboo and go from there. Other then rocky point the other trails are well marked and it was a really great experience. A lot of horseback riding and mountain biking is done here I noticed. Highly recommend this hike and check out my recording. Didn’t do the loop since I was solo and it was the first time at this area.

This trail is different than most of the other ones in this area of Oklahoma. Great views!

wandern
Gebühren
steinig
25 days ago

Nice views, good little walk.

First time I have ever hiked and I would totally recommend this trail. Although it doesn’t loop around you can take the road back to the vehicles. I crossed the road to get to the other trails and crossed my path that way. It added up to 8 miles in 3.5 hours. It rained all morning causing everything to be slippery but all in all it was a fun hike.

This entire trail has so much potential for the future but Stillwater is letting it languish by not making connections with clear directional signs with understandable instructions. There are parts of the trail that dump into main streets and the trail as such has never been linked up correctly. The town simply needs to be more devoted to this trail by keeping the litter picked up at the very least. Come on, Stillwater. You can do better than this. You have had plenty of years to update and correct and improve the Kameoka so what is the deal????

wandern
steinig
überwachsen
1 month ago

I would recommend this trail. Family friendly!

nice trail, but theres significant flood damage from earlier in the year. many trails are blocked. without climbing over debris, this is only a 2 mile out and back right now.

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