Turner Falls Park Hiking Trails

MODERATE 67 reviews

Turner Falls Park Hiking Trails is a 3.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Davis, Oklahoma that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

DISTANCE
3.5 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
351 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

kid friendly

birding

camping

hiking

nature trips

rock climbing

walking

cave

lake

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

muddy

no dogs

The Turner Falls area has a number of trails that lead explorers to views of the highlight of the park, a 77 foot waterfall, and numerous caves. There is also a castle style ruins to explore. There are numerous routes to take to hike the area. Hikers usually start at Turner Falls and then venture up above the falls to the caves and hills above. $12 Entrance Fee. NOTE: Due to the high volume of visitors please be mindful of your trash and pick up after yourself.

20 days ago

The trails are not marked. Hard to navigate. Had more fun rock climbing off the trails. Extremely crazy crowded. The zip line plays loud music you can hear on the trails. I’ve been all over the united states and have seen better waterfalls and better trails.

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1 month ago

Can't expect much more from Oklahoma

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1 month ago

We camped there for a couple of nights. The castle ruins and the caves were cool. The first part of the trail was well marked and enjoyable. However, you have to hike through a campground area, which was awkward. Took both of the kids and they enjoyed the castles and the caves more than the trails. I agree.

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5 months ago

The park itself isn't too bad if you're wanting to camp or swim, but as far as hiking goes my wife and I didn't enjoy this trail too much. (sidenote: $12 per adult to enter the park for the day, our 2 yr old got in for free)

The first half of the trail was well marked, quiet, and beautiful. However, we ended up in a random camp ground with no direction and the trail sort of just ended with no indication of where to go. Navigating around swimmers, tents, trash, and vehicles wasn't what we were expecting.

It's probably our own fault for not doing the proper research and going at the wrong time of the year (Saturday afternoon June 24th), but the abundance of people, loud music, and trash ruined the experience. We may try this hike again during the winter when it's less crowded as another review suggests.

A bit of a sour taste on this one considering we drove an hour 45 from Ft worth and paid to get in, won't write it off just yet as the scenery is beautiful and there looked like some really cool places that could be more accessible if it wasn't so crowded. We'll give it another shot in the winter, crossing my fingers for a better experience next time around.

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6 months ago

The castle-like ruins are very cool, as are the little caves, but I think the coolest part is driving to the park. Within minutes of getting off the interstate, it feels like you're in a completely different area.