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Find the top rated atv trails in Oklahoma, whether you're looking for an easy short atv trail or a long atv trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a atv trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Nice trail with brand new asphalt through mostly wooded landscape. It is not a loop but a short ride down Main Street and through the Depot District joins the two ends. Could use a litter pick up in spots but sadly what trail anymore doesn’t?
It goes from campus to Robinson past the library and along the railroad track
Nice ride around the lake!
I just discovered this somewhat local to me trail. I had no idea it existed. I will definitely be going back.
No notice that the bridge is out. A lot of horizontal cracks on the trail, some that could do a lot of damage. A lot of road crossings and blind view of oncoming traffic. Beautiful scenery, sketchy on the southern part of the trail in Tulsa county.
The Northern half looks very nice, however it is not asphalt as reported but appears to be mostly gravel.
Connects to katy trail, river walk and downtown
Since the trail was redone last year it is a fantastic place to walk and I feel safe there. If you walk in the evening there are overhead lights in some areas and in trail lighting in others.
Absolutely love this trail! Great for training and just clearing your head!
The western 1/4 of this trail is a little more exciting than the eastern 3/4. Once you get out to the longer, straighter portions that follow along the Creek turnpike it's going to be long stretched out miles. There is very little if any shade in this area. There are a few blind corners. The traffic can be noisy from the turnpike, but it's a safe trail.
Trailing alongside one of the nicest Aquariums in the midwest is this out of the way,well-kept trail that connects Riverwalk trails to Peoria street in Jenk, OK. From the western terminus you can sidewalk all the way to downtown Jenks in a loop back to the north and east.
Way back nestled in the woods this is a beautiful short trail connecting other longer trails (river parks and Mingo and liberty trail). It’s somewhat hilly and curvy in areas. It’s has one under bridge area that is often a little muddy or wet where u must slow down. Between main streets of Sheridan and Yale there is 180 degree cut back to get under bridge. Otherwise u may find yourself at Hunter Park.
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