Explore the most popular kid 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.

9 hours ago

Absolutely amazing nature park for the kiddos.

17 hours ago

very good family trail close to the camp ground!

23 hours ago

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

1 day ago

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

There is NO hiking trail at Mount Scott. Again, there is NO hiking trail at Mount Scott. If you’re okay with this, the summit holds lots of easy rock climbing great for 7-15 year olds. I’m 36 and had a wonderful time climbing all over the cluster of rocks.

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.

4 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.

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.

This trail is super-easy when the road is blocked off. I did it with my kids the day the govt was shut down. It would be more complicated with traffic.

5 days ago

No dogs allowed is an automatic one star.

Took the family last month. Great short hike. Good for younger kids. Well maintained trail.

Great short drive up the paved road and even better during a winter/overcast day to get that foggy view!

Definitely not worth the 4 hour drive but not a total disappointment. Trails are well marked and maintained and take you through wooded hills. Creeks, sandstone bluffs and the lake. Super low key which is always a bonus.

Awesome trail. Great fun for the kids. One big natural playground.

10 days ago

its worth doing if your in the area

Short trail, but beautiful scenery

10 days ago

Short but fun trail

Pretty flat, easy hike. Portions near lake were flooded but easy to hike around.

Easy hike, wish the tower was open and able to get inside for the view.

The natural beauty of this place is great,unfortunately it is ruined by the town of Davis which owns the park. Trails lead to nowhere and littered with trash,fish hooks and lines in the swimming areas,and cheap trinket gift shop. They wouldn't let us come in with our dog as they were concerned about dog poop. They oughta worry about people not coming back after a trashy,loud,disgusting visit and do more to make it less of a party spot. We left and went to sulpher state park down the road-much better.

17 days ago

Gorgeous trail with minimal noise, save the occasional powerboat. The trail with "Fossils" labeled on it cuts really close to the water; I hiked after a few solid days of rain, and my shoes were pretty wet. Then the trail disappeared into the water toward the end; it would have been possible to scramble up if I hadn't had a 35lb pack on with my son it it :) I recommend doing this hike when the lake is lower. The fossils in the rocks by the lake's edge were super cool.

It’s not too bad of a place to visit because there’s some nice views. The trails aren’t marked clearly though which makes for some confusion and the zip lines loud music ruins the beauty of the area. I couldn’t imagine camping there though withy family cause it has the feel of a party spot especially with all the beer bottle caps everywhere thru out the camping areas. It’s a nice one time trip in the off season since it’s not as crowded.

Nice trail, nice bridges, but just slightly lacking in scenery.

29 days ago

Short trail- more like one mile if you walk the whole thing and not just along the water. Beautiful views, lots of rock scrambling, and awesome fossils! Not a good trail for kids or people with trouble walking as you do have to scramble up rocks and it can be very slippery. As a reminder- it is a felony to remove fossils or artifacts from federal and state lands!

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1 month ago

Nice trail. Tracked the bike loop on foot as 3.75 miles on my garmin.

1 month ago

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.

Great little hike not much of a trail to follow mostly just climbing and jumping from boulder to boulder.

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