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Bridgette BiPoLar reviewed Bluebird Trail
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Mountain bikingGreat!

Easy ride, very pretty in the fall.

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Mitchell K reviewed Fossil Trail
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Hiking

This trail should be labeled moderate since you have to hop along some rocks on the shoreline to see the fossils. The fossils are super cool, completely covering a large area of rocks.

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HikingGreat!

I've been hiking around eastern Oklahoma every weekend for the last couple of months and this is my new favorite trail. It had just the right amount of elevation to keep my HR in the aerobic zone most of the time while walking at a quick pace with a backpack. My kids, ages 10 & 11, thought it was great, too. They especially enjoyed the butterflies, a three toed box turtle we saw, and a skink. I thought the views were lovely.

Very good. Got to see lots of nature, hear birds, observed deer tracks.

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Ashley O reviewed Fossil Trail
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Hiking

Good trail. Needs some trees cleared. Saw some fossils but couldn't figure out what they were.

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Jim Devries reviewed Deer Run Trail
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Hiking

Great single track, heavily wooded, not much elevation gain. Wife had no problems on her hard tail gravel bike.

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Acacia Hainsey reviewed Sequoyah State Park Paved Trail
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HikingNo shade

So first thing: I think the Sequoyah state park has some great hiking (more nature walking) trails! This trail includes 2-3 of them, and those parts are great! If you like wooded hikes, they are a must do! Unfortunately, this trail also has about 1/2 of the trail that’s just walking the road. Yes, the road. Like the main road. Traffic isn’t terrible, but it ruins the experience, when you could get the same view walking around your block. With that being said: this trail was very relaxing. You can hear street noise, but the nature sounds are louder. I felt calm and peaceful during the nature parts of the hike, and saw many deer, lizards, and squirrels. I didn’t have an issue with bugs, but there were a few hanging spider webs — nothing like you see most places. The wooded parts of the hike also have a ton of beautiful butterflies! I think making a weekend camping trip to visit this place, and hitting up all the shorter trails would be amazing, but I don’t recommend this trail on a sunny summer day. (I hike all over Oklahoma in the summer, and this was a lot worse than normal.) I think this would be a lot better autumn hike, and am definitely going to add it to my list of places to camp/hike this fall.

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A little hot but some shade. Nice paved trail=no ticks!

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Tina Fuglestad reviewed Deer Run Trail
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HikingBugs

Nice trail from what we saw. We were only able to hike about 5 minutes due to ticks. We took our dog which was a big mistake. He picked up about 25 ticks in 5 minutes so we had to head back. Overall looked like a nice trail but I don’t suggest bringing dogs during bug season. We parked at the rangers station and you walk on the main road about 50 feet and you will see the sign for it.

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HikingBridge outOff trail

The last half of this trail does not exist unless swimming was part of the trail.

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Lori White reviewed Deer Run Trail
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HikingBugs

Make sure you wear bug spray! My son didn’t and found 13 ticks. I wore spray and only found one. Easy trail with pretty views. Our dogs enjoyed the hike too.

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easy paved trail for inexperienced hiker. beautiful path thru trees with some sunny walking. we started by lodge and enjoyed the walk. bring water. we experienced quite a few ticks, but we did not prepare for that.

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Jason Sarakatsannis reviewed Fossil Trail
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Currently lowest rocky part was flooded and didn’t see temporary markers. Just can’t complete the loop.

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Addie Sanders reviewed Sequoyah State Park Paved Trail
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The AllTrails app directions took us to the middle part of the 7 mi trail next to the nature center. If you go down the paved trail in the parking lot, it is only about 1.75 mi. The nature center is closed right now due to covid but the animals are still in the cages outside. There was an owl, bald eagle, 3 foxes, couple turtles, and a coyote. On the other side of the cages is the fitness trail and fossil trail. We only saw one snake on the paved trail but there was around four or so in the creek in front of center.

Short but nice trail with lots of fossils in nearby rocks to see.

Trail was beautiful, you need to have this map or be familiar with the trail to navigate. BUG SPRAY ticks were AWFUL

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Chris Tucker reviewed Bluebird Trail
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Selena Stubbings reviewed Sequoyah State Park Paved Trail
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Without the map on this app, you would not be able to follow this trail. Portions of the trail you are actually walking beside the road. Other than that, it has some pretty areas.

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We thoroughly enjoyed our 5.6 mile hike encompassing Sequoyah, Eagles Roost and Bluebird Trails on March 29,2020. . It was a nice combo of paved and gravel/rock. Be warned that if it has recently rained, both Eagles Roost and Bluebird require waterproof shoes; we hiked the day after a rain and were able to easily navigate Sequoyah and Eagles Roost, but Bluebird was under about 3’ of water for at least 500 yards so we backtracked and took the paved road back to connect with Sequoyah. The first part of the hike is totally paved and there were many young families with pets and bicycles along the path. After, we headed down to the Lodge and enjoyed a picnic on the bank of the lake. Beautiful day. NOTE: No bathrooms open ANYWHERE due to CoVid19, so bring tp and be prepared to rough it.

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Jake Grosvenor reviewed Bluebird Trail
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HikingBlowdown

great trail. was to muddy for the kids so we turned around. would have loved to finish!

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Genetta Hutton reviewed Three Forks Trail
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HikingMuddy

Muddy in some places and very rocky downhill. Most of this trail follows a road which is boring and not much to see. We cut the trail short when we realize it was just a road and not a nice trail in the woods.

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rodney reeves reviewed Fossil Trail
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my son and I walked this trail today, it was fun seeing all the little fossils.

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HikingBridge outFloodedMuddyOff trailOver grownPrivate propertyWashed out

Sequoyah paved trail was lovely. however everything after that was muddy, washed out and with no clear trail. I ended up having to cut through private property flooded with waste runoff just to find a trail again. I wasnt the only one either. 2 other pairs of hikers had to do the same. Do NOT follow my route and do NOT hike east of Sequoyah paved trail/Eagle Ridge trail. Alternatively, if you want to know what it is like to walk on an old forgotten airstrip at the end of times and through a toxic swamp, my route is ace.

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