Explore the most popular hiking 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.

Be sure to wear insect repellent. Ticks and mosquitoes are out of hand.

Best trail in central Oklahoma it makes you feel like your by the the sea side with a harbor filled with friendly people and good restaurants what they need to do is put hotels by the lake.

Big ugly ymca in the way of the Beauty of nature is a downside to the trail.

11 hours ago

Had a great time, trials clearly marked and tons of great photos.

13 hours ago

more people than you would excpect but still nice, not super long but a good climb to bring along the dog or kids

I believe they’ve changed this again or you’ve recorded the Beavers Lodge Trail. Currently the park doesn’t even hand out information on this trail as a storm has left it in disarray. It is still labeled the Indian Nations Trail with huge signs at the two trailheads. They’ve done an excellent job flagging the entire trail. There are two sections. First goes north from Armadillo camp area for about a mile to Carson Creek Rd and comes back (this is a 2 mile rt). The other part leaves the same camp area and travels south along the lake for an in and out total of 7.2 miles and it’s difficult! Not a walk in the park and several water crossings. Has a 750+ elevation gain. Be prepared!

Good clean park to take the family. Paved with 2 stream crossings. 2 basketball courts as well.

Will probably not go back again. Lots of litter...
I did not feel safe going this alone...

Great trail good markings only got confused and lost once! It ended up being a 4 mile hike!

Had a great time. 3 hrs to hike trail with dog.

1 day 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.

2 days ago

Absolutely amazing nature park for the kiddos.

we went when the water was low so we had no problem seeing everything!

very good family trail close to the camp ground!

Beautiful untouched nature with so many amazing views while hiking up and down a small mountain.

3 days ago

Short, easy hike, combined Cave trail with another trail to form a longer loop hike

Great trail. Took our group 3 hours total hike time, but need to factor in rests and such if hiking with group. We started late at Dogwood area (left our car in Fern Campground) and hiked 2.2 miles to primitive camping beside Bee Creek. Hiked out next morning. Don’t park at the Sky Trail trailhead as the bridge is out and you won’t be able to get back to it. Walk back to car is close to a mile. Skyline Trail is only -8 miles but first 4 are the most difficult and along some ledges. Enjoy!

4 days ago

Very good hike. Challenging. Well marked. Trekking poles a must. Great scenery. Several lookout points. Endurance is also a must for older generation.

We drove out to the Tri-Point Stone. We didn't know it was a trail. There are no markers, but it was neat to see if you're in the area. We also explored the dinosaur tracks a few miles down the road from the stone. They're closer to the trailhead for the Black Mesa highpoint, though.

Well marked, well maintained. A little section of uphill, only a few places where the footing is loose. Great for novices and families and some spectacular views.

5 days ago

First part of the trail is nice, but the last half is not. It is basically paved road. The coyotes at the nature center are pretty. They also have a pretty eagle.

Great for a good morning hike. Trails maintained nicely.

Continue east on alameda and there is a trail head for Indian Point Hiking Trail not shown on app.

Absolutely beautiful. Worth the drive to see.

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.

6 days ago

Awesome trail... I go up all the time...

6 days ago

Great trail, very well marked for the most part. You can get off the trail slightly on the rock flats, but just use the map feature of the all trails app to get back on course. Amazing views at the top!

Good trail with young kids just the right difficulty.

6 days ago

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