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Length
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Bella Vista Lake Trail

1.75 mi
State: AR
Asphalt, Concrete

Centennial Trail (OK)

7.5 mi
State: OK
Asphalt, Ballast

Claremore Lake Trail

1.1 mi
State: OK
Concrete

Country Aire Trail

0.8 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Creek Turnpike Trail

4.1 mi
State: OK
Asphalt
Accordion

Haikey Creek Trail

0.5 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

LaFortune Trail

3.2 mi
State: OK
Asphalt, Crushed Stone

Liberty Trail

9.5 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Midland Valley Trail

3.3 mi
State: OK
Concrete

Mingo Trail

8.7 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Osage Prairie Trail

14.5 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Peoria Trail

1.3 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Razorback Regional Greenway

36.7 mi
State: AR
Asphalt, Concrete

Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail

0.6 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Stone Mill Private Park Trail

0.6 mi
State: OK
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Bella Vista Lake Trail forms a loop around Bella Vista Lake in the park of the same name, located along Bentonville's northern edge. Along with this popular paved fitness trail, the park contains a ...
AR 1.75 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Muskogee's Centennial Trail cuts a sideways U-shape, hugging the west end of the city and comprising three sections, seamlessly connected. Centennial North runs for 3.5 miles between N. 40th Street ...
OK 7.5 mi Asphalt, Ballast
The Claremore Lake Trail is a short multi-use trail that runs along the west side of Claremore Lake, in the City of Claremore not far from Tulsa. Beginning just north of E. Blue Starr Dr., the trail extends ...
OK 1.1 mi Concrete
The Country Aire Trail is a short multi-use trail in the City of Broken Arrow, outside of Tulsa. The trail connects residences and parks on the west side of the city. A neighborhood park at the trail’s ...
OK 0.8 mi Asphalt
The Creek Turnpike Trail parallels the Creek Turnpike between Riverside Parkway (south of E 96th St.) and Memorial Road. The urban trail is an important travel corridor for pedestrians and cyclists and ...
OK 4.1 mi Asphalt
The Haikey Creek Trail is a short neighborhood path in Broken Arrow, not far from Tulsa. The trail winds along a densely-wooded corridor adjacent to Haikey Creek. A small reservoir near the trail’s northern ...
OK 0.5 mi Asphalt
The LaFortune Trail forms a loop around LaFortune Park in the southeastern neighborhoods of Tulsa. The trail includes numerous access points as well as connections to the park's recreational facilities, ...
OK 3.2 mi Asphalt, Crushed Stone
Accordion
The Liberty Trail runs for 9.5 miles between New Orleans Street (101st Street) by Northeastern State University and where it meets the Mingo Trail near Creek Turnpike and Mingo Valley Expressway. The trail ...
OK 9.5 mi Asphalt
The Midland Valley Trail cuts more than 3 miles across neighborhoods adjacent to downtown Tulsa on an abandoned Midland Valley Railroad corridor. Highlights along the trail include Maple Park and Centennial ...
OK 3.3 mi Concrete
The Mingo Trail comprises two separate segments in the city of Tulsa. The northern segment runs 5 miles between 41st Street and I-244 where the paved trail dead ends. The best access is from Hicks Park ...
OK 8.7 mi Asphalt
The Osage Prairie Trail follows the corridor of the old Midland Valley Rail. The trail links Oklahoma State University in Tulsa with the town of Skiatook to the north. The trail is lighted in places for ...
OK 14.5 mi Asphalt
The Peoria Trail is a short multi-use trail that serves the northern neighborhoods of the City of Tulsa. The trail paralles N. Peoria Avenue for its entire route, hence its name. The pathway provides access ...
OK 1.3 mi Asphalt
Completed in 2015, the Razorback Regional Greenway spans a large portion of Northwest Arkansas, connecting the bustling hubs of Bentonville and Fayetteville with the growing suburban communities of Rogers, ...
AR 36.7 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The short Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail runs through a residential area just outside of the Tulsa Promenade Shopping Center. The trail parallels E. Skelly Drive and Interstate 44, but a noise barrier ...
OK 0.6 mi Asphalt
The Stone Mill Private Park Trail is a short trail in the City of Broken Arrow, southeast of Tulsa. The trail serves the residential communities not far from the Floral Haven Memorial Gardens, providing ...
OK 0.6 mi Asphalt

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Bella Vista Lake Trail

AR - 1.75 miles

The Bella Vista Lake Trail forms a loop around Bella Vista Lake in the park of the same name, located along Bentonville's northern edge. Along with this popular paved fitness trail, the park contains a ...

Centennial Trail (OK)

OK - 7.5 miles

Muskogee's Centennial Trail cuts a sideways U-shape, hugging the west end of the city and comprising three sections, seamlessly connected. Centennial North runs for 3.5 miles between N. 40th Street ...

Claremore Lake Trail

OK - 1.1 miles

The Claremore Lake Trail is a short multi-use trail that runs along the west side of Claremore Lake, in the City of Claremore not far from Tulsa. Beginning just north of E. Blue Starr Dr., the trail extends ...

Country Aire Trail

OK - 0.8 miles

The Country Aire Trail is a short multi-use trail in the City of Broken Arrow, outside of Tulsa. The trail connects residences and parks on the west side of the city. A neighborhood park at the trail’s ...

Accordion

Country Aire Trail

OK - 0.8 miles

The Country Aire Trail is a short multi-use trail in the City of Broken Arrow, outside of Tulsa. The trail connects residences and parks on the west side of the city. A neighborhood park at the trail’s ...

Creek Turnpike Trail

OK - 4.1 miles

The Creek Turnpike Trail parallels the Creek Turnpike between Riverside Parkway (south of E 96th St.) and Memorial Road. The urban trail is an important travel corridor for pedestrians and cyclists and ...

Haikey Creek Trail

OK - 0.5 miles

The Haikey Creek Trail is a short neighborhood path in Broken Arrow, not far from Tulsa. The trail winds along a densely-wooded corridor adjacent to Haikey Creek. A small reservoir near the trail’s northern ...

LaFortune Trail

OK - 3.2 miles

The LaFortune Trail forms a loop around LaFortune Park in the southeastern neighborhoods of Tulsa. The trail includes numerous access points as well as connections to the park's recreational facilities, ...

Liberty Trail

OK - 9.5 miles

The Liberty Trail runs for 9.5 miles between New Orleans Street (101st Street) by Northeastern State University and where it meets the Mingo Trail near Creek Turnpike and Mingo Valley Expressway. The trail ...

Midland Valley Trail

OK - 3.3 miles

The Midland Valley Trail cuts more than 3 miles across neighborhoods adjacent to downtown Tulsa on an abandoned Midland Valley Railroad corridor. Highlights along the trail include Maple Park and Centennial ...

Mingo Trail

OK - 8.7 miles

The Mingo Trail comprises two separate segments in the city of Tulsa. The northern segment runs 5 miles between 41st Street and I-244 where the paved trail dead ends. The best access is from Hicks Park ...

Osage Prairie Trail

OK - 14.5 miles

The Osage Prairie Trail follows the corridor of the old Midland Valley Rail. The trail links Oklahoma State University in Tulsa with the town of Skiatook to the north. The trail is lighted in places for ...

Peoria Trail

OK - 1.3 miles

The Peoria Trail is a short multi-use trail that serves the northern neighborhoods of the City of Tulsa. The trail paralles N. Peoria Avenue for its entire route, hence its name. The pathway provides access ...

Razorback Regional Greenway

AR - 36.7 miles

Completed in 2015, the Razorback Regional Greenway spans a large portion of Northwest Arkansas, connecting the bustling hubs of Bentonville and Fayetteville with the growing suburban communities of Rogers, ...

Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail

OK - 0.6 miles

The short Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail runs through a residential area just outside of the Tulsa Promenade Shopping Center. The trail parallels E. Skelly Drive and Interstate 44, but a noise barrier ...

Stone Mill Private Park Trail

OK - 0.6 miles

The Stone Mill Private Park Trail is a short trail in the City of Broken Arrow, southeast of Tulsa. The trail serves the residential communities not far from the Floral Haven Memorial Gardens, providing ...

Bella Vista Lake Trail

AR - 1.75 miles

The Bella Vista Lake Trail forms a loop around Bella Vista Lake in the park of the same name, located along Bentonville's northern edge. Along with this popular paved fitness trail, the park contains a ...

Centennial Trail (OK)

OK - 7.5 miles

Muskogee's Centennial Trail cuts a sideways U-shape, hugging the west end of the city and comprising three sections, seamlessly connected. Centennial North runs for 3.5 miles between N. 40th Street ...

Claremore Lake Trail

OK - 1.1 miles

The Claremore Lake Trail is a short multi-use trail that runs along the west side of Claremore Lake, in the City of Claremore not far from Tulsa. Beginning just north of E. Blue Starr Dr., the trail extends ...

Country Aire Trail

OK - 0.8 miles

The Country Aire Trail is a short multi-use trail in the City of Broken Arrow, outside of Tulsa. The trail connects residences and parks on the west side of the city. A neighborhood park at the trail’s ...

Accordion

Country Aire Trail

OK - 0.8 miles

The Country Aire Trail is a short multi-use trail in the City of Broken Arrow, outside of Tulsa. The trail connects residences and parks on the west side of the city. A neighborhood park at the trail’s ...

Creek Turnpike Trail

OK - 4.1 miles

The Creek Turnpike Trail parallels the Creek Turnpike between Riverside Parkway (south of E 96th St.) and Memorial Road. The urban trail is an important travel corridor for pedestrians and cyclists and ...

Haikey Creek Trail

OK - 0.5 miles

The Haikey Creek Trail is a short neighborhood path in Broken Arrow, not far from Tulsa. The trail winds along a densely-wooded corridor adjacent to Haikey Creek. A small reservoir near the trail’s northern ...

LaFortune Trail

OK - 3.2 miles

The LaFortune Trail forms a loop around LaFortune Park in the southeastern neighborhoods of Tulsa. The trail includes numerous access points as well as connections to the park's recreational facilities, ...

Liberty Trail

OK - 9.5 miles

The Liberty Trail runs for 9.5 miles between New Orleans Street (101st Street) by Northeastern State University and where it meets the Mingo Trail near Creek Turnpike and Mingo Valley Expressway. The trail ...

Midland Valley Trail

OK - 3.3 miles

The Midland Valley Trail cuts more than 3 miles across neighborhoods adjacent to downtown Tulsa on an abandoned Midland Valley Railroad corridor. Highlights along the trail include Maple Park and Centennial ...

Mingo Trail

OK - 8.7 miles

The Mingo Trail comprises two separate segments in the city of Tulsa. The northern segment runs 5 miles between 41st Street and I-244 where the paved trail dead ends. The best access is from Hicks Park ...

Osage Prairie Trail

OK - 14.5 miles

The Osage Prairie Trail follows the corridor of the old Midland Valley Rail. The trail links Oklahoma State University in Tulsa with the town of Skiatook to the north. The trail is lighted in places for ...

Peoria Trail

OK - 1.3 miles

The Peoria Trail is a short multi-use trail that serves the northern neighborhoods of the City of Tulsa. The trail paralles N. Peoria Avenue for its entire route, hence its name. The pathway provides access ...

Razorback Regional Greenway

AR - 36.7 miles

Completed in 2015, the Razorback Regional Greenway spans a large portion of Northwest Arkansas, connecting the bustling hubs of Bentonville and Fayetteville with the growing suburban communities of Rogers, ...

Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail

OK - 0.6 miles

The short Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail runs through a residential area just outside of the Tulsa Promenade Shopping Center. The trail parallels E. Skelly Drive and Interstate 44, but a noise barrier ...

Stone Mill Private Park Trail

OK - 0.6 miles

The Stone Mill Private Park Trail is a short trail in the City of Broken Arrow, southeast of Tulsa. The trail serves the residential communities not far from the Floral Haven Memorial Gardens, providing ...

Bella Vista Lake Trail

AR - 1.75 miles

The Bella Vista Lake Trail forms a loop around Bella Vista Lake in the park of the same name, located along Bentonville's northern edge. Along with this popular paved fitness trail, the park contains a ...

Centennial Trail (OK)

OK - 7.5 miles

Muskogee's Centennial Trail cuts a sideways U-shape, hugging the west end of the city and comprising three sections, seamlessly connected. Centennial North runs for 3.5 miles between N. 40th Street ...

Claremore Lake Trail

OK - 1.1 miles

The Claremore Lake Trail is a short multi-use trail that runs along the west side of Claremore Lake, in the City of Claremore not far from Tulsa. Beginning just north of E. Blue Starr Dr., the trail extends ...

Country Aire Trail

OK - 0.8 miles

The Country Aire Trail is a short multi-use trail in the City of Broken Arrow, outside of Tulsa. The trail connects residences and parks on the west side of the city. A neighborhood park at the trail’s ...

Accordion

Creek Turnpike Trail

OK - 4.1 miles

The Creek Turnpike Trail parallels the Creek Turnpike between Riverside Parkway (south of E 96th St.) and Memorial Road. The urban trail is an important travel corridor for pedestrians and cyclists and ...

Haikey Creek Trail

OK - 0.5 miles

The Haikey Creek Trail is a short neighborhood path in Broken Arrow, not far from Tulsa. The trail winds along a densely-wooded corridor adjacent to Haikey Creek. A small reservoir near the trail’s northern ...

LaFortune Trail

OK - 3.2 miles

The LaFortune Trail forms a loop around LaFortune Park in the southeastern neighborhoods of Tulsa. The trail includes numerous access points as well as connections to the park's recreational facilities, ...

Liberty Trail

OK - 9.5 miles

The Liberty Trail runs for 9.5 miles between New Orleans Street (101st Street) by Northeastern State University and where it meets the Mingo Trail near Creek Turnpike and Mingo Valley Expressway. The trail ...

Midland Valley Trail

OK - 3.3 miles

The Midland Valley Trail cuts more than 3 miles across neighborhoods adjacent to downtown Tulsa on an abandoned Midland Valley Railroad corridor. Highlights along the trail include Maple Park and Centennial ...

Mingo Trail

OK - 8.7 miles

The Mingo Trail comprises two separate segments in the city of Tulsa. The northern segment runs 5 miles between 41st Street and I-244 where the paved trail dead ends. The best access is from Hicks Park ...

Osage Prairie Trail

OK - 14.5 miles

The Osage Prairie Trail follows the corridor of the old Midland Valley Rail. The trail links Oklahoma State University in Tulsa with the town of Skiatook to the north. The trail is lighted in places for ...

Peoria Trail

OK - 1.3 miles

The Peoria Trail is a short multi-use trail that serves the northern neighborhoods of the City of Tulsa. The trail paralles N. Peoria Avenue for its entire route, hence its name. The pathway provides access ...

Razorback Regional Greenway

AR - 36.7 miles

Completed in 2015, the Razorback Regional Greenway spans a large portion of Northwest Arkansas, connecting the bustling hubs of Bentonville and Fayetteville with the growing suburban communities of Rogers, ...

Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail

OK - 0.6 miles

The short Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail runs through a residential area just outside of the Tulsa Promenade Shopping Center. The trail parallels E. Skelly Drive and Interstate 44, but a noise barrier ...

Stone Mill Private Park Trail

OK - 0.6 miles

The Stone Mill Private Park Trail is a short trail in the City of Broken Arrow, southeast of Tulsa. The trail serves the residential communities not far from the Floral Haven Memorial Gardens, providing ...

Recent Trail Reviews

Razorback Regional Greenway

Extensive, picturesque trail; however...

January, 2017 by trikesterhal

I live in Springdale and ride four miles from home through city streets to downtown where I catch the Greenway.

At the moment the trail is blocked in two places going north. Signs say the trail is closed at Pleasant Grove Road, but I continued on all the way until where it crosses under I-49. It's blocked there and will be for several months because they are widening I-49 and building the trestles under the highway.

There is a detour shown from Pleasant Grove up over and around I-49 but I'm told it's on city streets and bit hazardous. And up near Bella Vista in the north its closed by more highway construction for the new bypass.

It's called progress and when it opens again it will be possible to traverse then entire path from north to south. It is a fun and picturesque ride. In some fifteen months I've ridden some 3,000+ miles on this system on a recumbent trike. It's a lot of fun.

More and more trails are connecting to the system in the coming years. You just need to be patient. It's only going to get better and better.

Centennial Trail (OK)

Excellent place to run and bike!

September, 2016 by glenn218

I regularly train on all sections of the trail. It is deceptively hilly in parts which adds to my conditioning.

Osage Prairie Trail

Miles

April, 2016 by biggdawg

Rode this trail from Tulsa to Skiatook and back. Not that much to see but if you want miles and want not much traffic this is a trail for you. Better make sure you have at least one spare tube lots of glass on the trial

Accordion

Razorback Regional Greenway

Wow!

March, 2016 by jonc123

I don't know wher to start, but it looks like this is the first review of this trail. I'll start by saying this is one of the top trails in the country. What they (whoever that group of folks may be) have done is a engineering marvel. I live in Missouri and I am a bicycle tourist. I have camped, backpacked and enjoyed the Arkansas scenery for many years.

The way I did the trail was like this...I parked near the Northern end at a Lowe's Home Improvement. They do not allow overnight parking at the trailhead at Bella Vista or Bentonville or any trailhead at for that matter. I rode my loaded touring Bike South to Fayetteville, which was a wonderful ride. The only problem I encountered, was that the 2 campgrounds in Fayetteville did not allow tent camping of any sort. I found a RV campground 6-7 miles South of Fayetteville called the "Cow Patty" and they had no problem with a tent. The only negative thing about that is that 6-7 miles on HWY 71 which is pretty much bicycle unfriendly. After spending the night at the Cow Patty, I headed back North to my vehicle parked at Lowe's which was still in the parking lot. I did call them ahead of time and had the O.K. to park there.

I'll repeat; this trail is an engineering marvel. I won't go into details because you'll have to see for yourself how they wound it through the various cities. It is 95% concrete trail, seperate from the roadway.

The only problem I had with the trail was some of the signage. It looks as though it was placed by someone who has never ridden the trail. This problem is compounded by the fact that the trail travels through many different cities and is composed of 19 trails which are listed on this website at the homepage for this trail. Why they don't get rid of the 19 trail names and just call it the Razorback Greenway and rename the side trails is beyond me.

The worse places I saw for signage problems were in Bentonville, South of the Neil compton home through the rest of Bentonville and in Springdale. I think the powers to be would be really enlightened to find someone who has not traveled the Greenway before, and follow them and see the reaction they have to the signage. they would need to do this North and South.

As it is now, the whole trail is 95% nice concrete and mostly brand new. At some point you have to get rid of the 19 trails it is composed of.

I also think that the mile markers for the trail are useless, they need to be much more often, say every tenth of a mile instead of every mile.

And lastly, they need to provide overnight parking at leat at the beginning, middle and ends. I give the city of Bentonville and Bella Vista zero stars for this matter. The suggestions I was given was to park up at the Missouri state line at the Walmart. I E-mailed the director of the Bentonville Parks and Recreation, David Wright. Much of the parking information I got was from him, another Bentonville Parks employee or the Bella Vista police Department. Mr. Wright was the only one that did not suggest the Walmart up at the Missouri state line and the dangerous highway I would have to navigate on my bicycle to get to the Northers end of the trail.

I was told over and over, no camping alsong the trail, but as I knew I would find, homeless folks are already using the trail and camping. Especially at the Southern end in Fayetteville.

Special thanks to the Lowe's in Bentonville/Bella Vista for letting me park. Even more so, Thanks to whoever engineered & designed the trail. They will always have a job. Pat yourself on the back.

In closing, I would say, fix the signage, allow overnight parking and make public those locations.



Skelly Bypass Neighborhood Trail

Nice Little Trail

March, 2016 by vtubbs

This is a nice little neighborhood trail with lots of beautiful color in the spring. The only slight downfall to it is the road noise from I-44

Centennial Trail (OK)

Beautiful safe experience, but caution should be taken for stray dogs!

March, 2016 by melissahopson

Overall, this trail is a great improvement for the city, like totally awesome, but definitely could use clean up and maintenance for pedestrians to feel safer. I'm a Muskogee native who moved away as a teenager and now I come back to visit from time to time. I have fond memories growing up close to this trail, in the Meadow Brook housing addition off of Border Ave very close to where this trail runs. If I remember correctly, a part of the trail is an old railway line where my brother and I use play and walk along as kids. I also explored the field (where Hatbox is and where the trail U's around off of Border ave) area a lot as a child. Walking along the trail in the sunshine a couple of days ago was an amazing experience for me that brought up old memories and I kept thinking it would have been perfect for us growing up, much better than the seedy railway it once was. It's very quiet and surrounded by trees, brush, and some housing additions. The sound of frogs and birds was beautiful. I walked the entire 3.5 miles from the Music Museum to Hatbox field and enjoyed the peace and quiet very much, as well as seeing Muskogee again through fresh eyes. I saw about seven cyclists and one other pedestrian during my two hour walk. I'm an experienced walker and have walked on a lot of trails and through a lot of cities since I've lived in Muskogee. However, I agree with some of the other comments above. It's seedy in some areas and I picked a heavy walking stick once I got close to the bridge because I was mostly worried about stray dogs or stray predators since I'm a woman. There were a lot of backyards I passed by with huge mean looking pitbulls, rotweilers, and other dogs that didn't have sturdy fencing. That said,luckily, I didn't run into any problems along the way and would definitely walk the trail again (with a stick stick in hand!). Also, the site of men in the fields from time to time startled me, but they seemed preoccupied working. There's a lot of old trees, trash, and shrubs that could be cleared of course, also maybe a water fountain or a small convenient store could be installed on such a long path because I was dying of thirst along the way. It should also be said that Muskogee is known for being backwoods and old fashioned not for being modern and with the times though I hope that it catches up with us soon! The city itself seems to need a lot of restructuring, jobs, diversity, and money to connect with tourism and it's citizens more. Not sure about installing a fence, but more pleasantries would be a bonus for walkers and also an extension back to main street would have been extremely practical, since my car was parked there! I'd love to see some more progress here to better the experience for visitors like me and tourists coming through regularly or for the first time. But also improvement should be done mostly for the Okees who are there everyday with their families and friends!

Haikey Creek Trail

Combines with Liberty Parkway Trail

March, 2016 by vtubbs

This was a nice trail, but somewhat confusing. I drove strait to the location of the trail, parked at the trail head, but the sign there read "Liberty Parkway Trail". I started the walk, and true enough, after about a half mile, I came to Haikey Creek, but I never saw any sign for "Haikey Creek Trail"....did see several for "Liberty Parkway Trail". I walked to Mile 3 on the trail before turning around to head back, as I wasn't sure how long it was in all, and didn't want to get stuck out after dark in an unfamiliar area. The trail was beautiful, with lots of wooded areas and streams. The only thing that was less than nice was the closeness to Liberty Parkway, and the traffic noise.

Creek Turnpike Trail

Tough in spots but doable

November, 2015 by mooseman190

This is one of my favorite trails in Tulsa but it can be challenging. When headed East around the Harvard Hill (if you ride this, you'll know what I'm talking about), you must ensure you are in low gears before you hit the hill or else you'll be walking This is a tough Spot for me as my dad had a fatal heart attack on this hill. The Harvard Hill is no joke but definitely satisfying once you conquer it! The rest of the Creek Trail is very well maintained, has pretty scenery and is HIGHLY enjoyable. I would not recommend this trail for beginners as some of the Hills can seem extreme.

(Note: I would consider myself an intermediate rider (I ride 40-50 Miles at a pop), so keep that in mind when reading my review.

Liberty Trail

Nice Ride

November, 2015 by mooseman190

Starting at NSU, the ride seems easy but coming back up that hill can be a chore. I'd recommend this trail (and the adjoining Creek turnpike trails) for intermediate riders. most of it is relatively flat but the hilly parts can be tough. If you decide to continue on toward the Creek trail and the riverside east/west trails, you can enjoy some good riding. This trail is well maintained with some decent scenery. Make sure to bring your water, there is one fountain near Tulsa Tech but the water is turned off from oct-through winter months.





(note: I would consider myself an intermediate rider (40-50 mile rides are my norm)So take that into consideration when reading this review. )

Centennial Trail (OK)

Quiet and Secluded

September, 2015 by pwarney

The Centennial Trail was a pleasant surprise for me, and an excellent option for walking or biking in Muskogee. I have typically packed up my bike on weekends and headed to Tulsa. The trail was safe, secluded and quiet. I plan on making it my first option for weekend and weekday riding.

Osage Prairie Trail

nope

June, 2015 by nanersg24

Way to many intersections w traffic.

Liberty Trail

I would rate it a 5 but....

September, 2014 by danny0525

This is a solid trail system. Starting near Grace Church, the scenery rocks... I used to cycle it but now being a long distance inline skater, I have found this trail to have it's good and bad parts. There is only one thing that keeps me from rating it a 5. The first thing is that there is only one water fountain in 9.5 miles. For those of us who are without bikes (having several bottles to carry), this makes things rough.I wear a belt with a bottle on the back but with a long skate like today, water was truly needed. I thought for sure there would be one at NSUBA but nothing... For those of you looking to ride it or run it, bring extra water. Other than that, the trail is pretty smooth in a few places and super smooth in others. The only other thing I wish it had were lights. Many of us have weird schedules. This would be a huge help!

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