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Great trail that runs north to Sperry and Skiatook. Well maintained thru these towns and there is some nice country to see. It goes thru the center of Skiatook Central Park which is a very nice park. It is currently being expanded farther to the north of Skiatook going into Barnsdall and hopefully into the City of Pawhuska. The additional trail to the north will bring even more great country to ride, jog or walk thru.
Husband and I rode this trail in July on a cooler day. Started at Jo Allyn Lowe Park where there is a nice parking lot. We rode to Johnstone park and back which we guessed to be around 18 miles round trip. The trail is beautiful and clean. Encountered quite a few joggers and a few cyclists. Our favorite part was the suspension bridge, but the entire length of trail that we rode we loved. We were already planning our next ride there before we left.
The highlight of this Trail is the abandoned trestle bridge over the Arkansas River on the north end. It spans high above the river with no barriers or rails Danger!! Beautiful Walk after a ride if you aren't afraid of heights. The Trail is asphalt but very rough, especially south and locals do NOT know how great the Trail is as dog droppings are everywhere.
This trail was not an easy one to ride on for recreational riders like ourselves. We started at the Price Rd. park, but didn't make it far since it was such a battle to negotiate the trail. We ended up just riding 5 miles around the park ( also quite hilly ).
I use it everyday to get to and from work. It is very useful and convenient. It helps so that I can skip all the traffic and be on time to work. Love it!!!
Just a transition between trails, but the park is tired and worn, haven't seen anyone else on this trail and have used it many times
The trial is prefect for any nature freak or outdoorsy type. Animals are everywhere, trees are all over, and you eve get a few beautiful glimpses of the Caney River. The trail ranges from very easy to a bit challenging in some places. Bring the entire family and enjoy the day. I would suggest starting on the south end in the park.
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
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
We rode east from Sand Springs to Newblock Park area. Trail was well maintained. It crosses several streets, some busy enough that we walked our bikes across. Encountered several apparently homeless and obviously altered (drunk?) folks. I would not ride in this area alone.
I am a petite, beginning rider.
Crossing from the East Bank to the West bank trail presents a long steady climb toward the turkey mountain trail head (it seems like forever). Once the turkey mountain trail head is passed you will go down a couple of hills and the trail flattens out to a nice tree lined ride. you'll go along the railway and the river which provides some nice scenery. The only reason that I rated 4 instead of 5stars is due to the trails location along an industrial plant. at times the smell can become very intense and cyclist must pass by two large exhaust stations which are very hot. just remember that when you head back up to the turkey mountain trail head...be in low gearing or else the couple of small hills become virtually impossible.
Nice Easy trail, can be busy and you may often find walkers wondering around on the bike portion of the trail (even though there is a clearly marked bike and pedestrian side, I recommend this trail for beginners or if you want a nice flat or fairly flat ride.
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