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Explore the best rated trails in Stillwater, OK. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Railroad Pass Trail and Bomber Rail Trail . With more than 9 trails covering 44 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
This trail runs through the northern part of Stillwater. I entered the trail at the SW corner of Boomer Lake Park and rode a combination of the street and the walking/biking trail to the north side of the lake. There is a well marked walk way across Airport Road. Follow the paved trail up for a mostly shaded and peaceful ride. The trail ends in a pretty neighborhood that you can ride easily through and admire the manicured lawns. Go back south around the east side of the lake, find the trail under Lakeview to go south. It will be extended farther south soon!
My boyfriend and I like this trail, it’s flat for the most part, clean, and is relatively pretty. It does get crowded in the afternoon but not terrible. This weekend the wind was rough, for the first few miles it was brutal and the wind resistance was almost unbearable. I definitely recommend not coming on a windy day.
I ride this several times a week from my house. It's a fantastic ride, especially before the sun comes up. I've seen deer, skunks, a weasel of some sort and kittens.
Great bike trail that is 6ish miles one-way. Can start by parking over by Douglas Park/golf course and the trail is connected right to the sidewalks. Uncrowded, nice greenery, some bridges, followed by train tracks, then ending a little past the Railway/Firefighter/Science/Zoo Museum. Ends at a little dead end loop by Deep Fork River when you bike past some neighborhoods.
Nice pavement, a bench every once in a while, and beautiful green views. Really enjoy jogging this path. Not many people which is great and adds to the solitude.
The trail is well kept and nice. I only saw two other bikers. I wish it was longer or connected to other routes. I'll def bike it again.
Smooth pavement with clearly marked lanes for pedestrians and things with wheels. Nice inclines/declines. Entering the trailhead by Integris is a little bit confusing as you have to travel through the Integris parking lot to get to the trailhead parking area. Signs are clearly marked though. Highly recommended!
Nice ride around the lake!
Nice trail that connects to Oklahoma River Trail
This trail is a great connector to Northside of City. Ive ridden it many times with OBS & friends. There are still retired trains on tracks alongside the trail. It goes by two gold courses & its relatively flat except at the end there are some hills .
I'd also add that this trail, while essential and much appreciated, does parallel I-44, a busy interstate highway, for much of its length. So the experience is very loud and not the greatest in terms of air quality.
This is a nice trail that connects the Oklahoma Rivers Trails with the Bert Cooper Trails at Lake Hefner. The only downside is the trail crosses major thoroughfares at Reno Ave., NW 23, NW 50, NW 63 and the Northwest Expressway, all of which result in long delays for the light to change. In addition, it crosses NW 16 at an intersection where eastbound and westbound traffic doesn’t have to stop or even slow down.
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