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Claremore, Oklahoma Map
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Great area for hiking, just wish trails were marked better.

Great trails that they’ve expanded. This app needs to update the map because there are 10 miles of trails now. Great to take the dogs to because it goes around the lake and water is accessible in many places. Trailhead had a lot of vehicles but we didn’t run into many people. Loved it!

Great for little ones. Have seen deer on multiple occasions. Located at RSU it can be pretty busy.

mountain biking
1 month ago

trail running
2 months ago

What you don't see on this map are the additional trails that have been created along the south side of the lake that extend from the older trails shown all the way back to the dam at the southwest side of the lake by Blue Starr. There are enough miles in all of these trails that you can run them regularly and never get bored. The trails along the lake can get rather technical especially when the trail splits with one path going right next to the water. There are a lot of rocky areas and steep hills. I run with a group on these trails every Thursday and we all love it. We hardly encounter any others using the trail but when we do, everyone is polite and says hello.
If you're trail running, watch your step. These trails are still young and some tree stumps show themselves in the paths and can be easy to trip over.

Amazing how this is right in my backyard !

mountain biking
4 months ago

Excellent trail for rucking (weighted backpack to burn more calories without high impact to knees). The zig zags make the looping seem like fresh trails when done over and over in the same ruck.

Great place to take the kids! Mainly flat and half the trails are paved. Liked it a lot! Lots of little bridges. Saw a deer and a lot of deer tracks.

We liked that there were different types of trails available. Some were paved (a bit rough in a few areas, but we didn't mind) and then others that were dirt. We prefer dirt/rock trails, so it was nice. We also liked the bridge that went across the pond. The trails are well maintained and it's easy to tell which way you need to go.

mountain biking
Saturday, September 17, 2016

This place does NOT allow any bikes!

North part of the trail, that goes by the ball field is closed. Lots of smaller trails that can be combined.