Dust and Fire Trail is a 0.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Cheyenne, Oklahoma that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length0.5 miElevation gain39 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingWalkingWildflowersNo shadeHistoric site
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Sammi Kay
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A very nice walking trail for family!

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Debbie Sibley
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Hiking

Easy, level and wide path.

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Debby D
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Hiking

So easy yet, informative. Great place to bring kids for an educational field trip.

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Anna Kundysek
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Hiking

This was a cute little trail at the nature center giving you history of the grassland. Would classify it as more as a walk than a hike, but we enjoyed it. Very nicely landscaped, labeled and a nice even sidewalk.

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Hiking

Short little walk. Lots of Osage oranges on the ground. There are some benches for relaxing and pondering life.

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Mark McQueen
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Hiking

Educational little hike right by the Washita Battlefield. The hike provides great insight to the prairie settlers home sites, as well as the importance of prairie fires on the growth of prairie grasslands. Along the trail there is an example of a settler home, which was more of a mud hovel. Also on the trail were three plots of prairie grass illustrating the impact of grass fires-the first plot burned in the last year, the second plot two years ago and the final plot three years ago with the plot burned three year ago being full and lush.

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Doug Neidholdt
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nice walk around grounds showing prairie, dugout cabin, etc. Visitor center has great info film on battlefield. Be sure and do the battlefield hike, just up the road.

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Amy Brown
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Hiking
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Jason Reeves
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Hiking
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Brian Orr
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Michael Collodi
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Walking
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Kacie Mapp
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Hiking
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Dan S
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Linda Baldock
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Hiking
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