Explore the most popular dog friendly trails in Oklahoma with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

We only had an hour to hike so we couldn’t do the whole trail but what we saw was beautiful.

mountain biking
6 days ago

Nice warm-up circuit. Some technical spots with a few features that are in need of slight repair.

Beautiful view but the trail was not well marked.

A Tulsa gem and a challenging hike. Bring lots of water or a camelpack when it's hot out.

hiking
1 month ago

Clean trail! Nice little lake on the trail! Even the kids loved it!

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail. Fairly easy trail with little elevation gain. Hiked with my grandkids, ages 12, 10 and 8, they had no difficulties. Lots of Beautiful scenery and wildlife.

hiking
1 month ago

Super fun trail and very doable for beginners.

I love this trail I have been on it many times. Just enough up and downs to get your blood pumping but not so bad you need a evac

hiking
2 months ago

Great views! The wild flowers are beautiful. Rocky in places, and lots of little streams. It was actually closer to an 8 mile hike.

Loved it! Trails shady mostly. Clear paths. No trash along trails! Trails are semi rocky and paths are mostly easy but some harder.

hiking
2 months ago

This trail has a little bit of everything! This says 6 miles but it is 8 miles.

Nice little trail. Well maintained with great views of the Illinois river and countryside below. Great for a short hike and relaxing in the hammock. No water source.

Great urban trail. Would not know your in a city. Challenging but not overwhelming.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Too short for a good bike ride. It ends at a dangerous abandoned trestle with no signage. The destination is on the left, not the right. It is quiet and scenic in places but poorly maintained.

I went clockwise to Mary's cove then headed back. The up and downs are brutal on the back half. It was pretty, especially with the flowers and fruit trees and red buds all starting to bloom, but nothing spectacular. I did stumble across some wild hogs though.

great for in city hike ... lots of places to get on and off trail

love for a quick close hike with dog and friends ... packed on beautiful days!

It is a good place to hike in Tulsa. Mostly shaded! Watch out for mountain bikes!

Nice trail if you want to look at heaps of garbage and have tons of glass on the trail. The bathrooms were FILLED with trash and looked like they hadn't been maintained in years.

I love this trail I have been hiking it to get my trail legs for a up coming thru hike of the Superior hiking trail in Minnesota

3 months ago

Great trail, water features and very cool rock formations.

backpacking
4 months ago

Had a great time with my son on this overnight trip.
We started at about 1:30p, done by 5p next day...we felt we pushed pretty hard.
As suggested by a fellow reviewer, we did the trail counter-clockwise, glad we did. Got the hardest done first.
Be prepared to go up the side of a mountain, than back down, many times.
(basically a chain of smaller mountains)
This was my first hike of a constant 18 and camping on the trail. I suggest 2 nights if you can. More time to enjoy the scenery and not have to push so hard to get done.
P.S. - call first during hunting seasons.

Great trail. The kids and I enjoyed the ink trail. It was well marked. Great spot for being so close to town.

Very good trail. While most hike the other trails to the east we chose this trail because of its moderate difficulty. One thing to note, the old washing machine landmark is not a washing machine but an old clothes dryer. All in all a very nice hike on a well kept and well marked trail.

backpacking
4 months ago

This is a fun trail but the north loop is pretty much not even a trail. It is very well marked though. Be prepared to crawl over a bunch of downed trees or walk around if possible. Overall I had a good time. Very secluded on the north loop.

walking
4 months ago

This is actually several small trails that connect to form one mega trail. The smaller trails are less than a mile each. I did the archaeology and kid-friendly trails which totaled one mile; both were paved. Great views which included native grasslands, river, and lake. As a reminder- it is a felony to remove artifacts from federal and state lands!

Got caught in a light rain while hiking this trail. steady climb ay the beginning.

We go every other weekend to get outdoors. There aren’t stunning views, sometimes it’s over crowded and the trails are really popular with mountain bikers but it’s still a good place to get out with the family and the dog for a few hours.

Good trail with some tough parts to challenge you.

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