Oklahoma Fishing Trails and Maps

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Bert Cooper Trails

9.1 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Claremore Lake Trail

1.1 mi
State: OK
Concrete

Cleveland Trail

2.5 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Eagle Lake Trail (OK)

2 mi
State: OK
Asphalt, Dirt

Lake Overholser East Trail

2.5 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Midland Valley Trail

3.3 mi
State: OK
Concrete

Oklahoma River Trails

13 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Old Frisco Trail

6.5 mi
State: OK
Dirt, Grass, Gravel

Pathfinder Parkway

8.9 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Riverparks East Bank Trail

10.4 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Riverparks West Bank Trail

8 mi
State: OK
Asphalt

Spring Creek Trail (OK)

2.5 mi
State: OK
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
As you circle Lake Hefner on the Bert Cooper Trails, you will enjoy wide open views of the lake, bustling with sailboats during the summer. A highlight of the trail system, formerly known as the Lake...
OK 9.1 mi Asphalt
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...
OK 1.1 mi Concrete
The Cleveland Trail in Cleveland, Oklahoma, follows an abandoned right-of-way of the old Missouri–Kansas–Texa Railroad (MKT). The trail runs for 2.5 miles between Jodebo Road south of the town and the...
OK 2.5 mi Asphalt
Eagle Lake Trail is a 2-mile paved pathway stretching from Del City to Eastern Avenue in neighboring Oklahoma City. This short riverside trail, with a few extensions, could connect some of the...
OK 2 mi Asphalt, Dirt
Built in 1919, Lake Overholser is Oklahoma City's oldest reservoir. The scenic Lake Overholser East Trail closely follows its eastern shore and offers boat ramps, fishing piers and picnic areas. A...
OK 2.5 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...
OK 3.3 mi Concrete
The Oklahoma River Trails provide a smooth, level pathway through downtown Oklahoma City free of motorized vehicle crossings. The tree-lined trails follow the north and south banks of their namesake,...
OK 13 mi Asphalt
The Old Frisco Trail begins on the south end of Poteau, the county seat of eastern Oklahoma's Le Flore County, not far from the state's border with Arkansas. Most of the trail has a crushed stone...
OK 6.5 mi Dirt, Grass, Gravel
Pathfinder Parkway meanders through eastern Bartlesville, connecting several parks, schools, and the Eastland Shopping Center. The trail follows the Caney River and Turkey Creek, and a highlight of...
OK 8.9 mi Asphalt
Note: A portion of the Riverparks East Bank Trail between 27th Street and 35th Street is closed, while the stretch south of 81st Street is open but impacted by construction activities related to...
OK 10.4 mi Asphalt
The Riverparks West Bank Trail runs north–south along the west bank of the Arkansas River through Tulsa. The popular pathway runs 8 miles between Southwest Boulevard (11th St. bridge) and 71st Street....
OK 8 mi Asphalt
The Spring Creek Trail provides a dose of natural beauty and tranquility just off the busy interstates that run through the suburban community of Edmond, Oklahoma. Currently stretching about 2.5 miles...
OK 2.5 mi Asphalt

Getting Outside in a Time of Social Distance


As the days of social distancing add up in the response to COVID-19, trails are increasingly being counted on as places where people can continue to be physically active and find respite while practicing social distancing. As you plan your trail outing, be prepared that some trails may have limited services, including closed facilities like bathrooms, depots and visitor centers as well as limited or no staff. We encourage you to check the latest public health guidance from the CDC and your local/state governments, as well as the status of your trail, before heading out!

Recent Trail Reviews

Old Frisco Trail

Perfect for the family

March, 2020 by jhack18

We have been using the Frisco Trail for years now. I run there often because it’s easier on my joints than pavement (and no cars)!!! When I bring my kids, they ride their bikes while I jog. It’s flat, smooth and easy to ride or run. With the addition of lights, better bridges, and water...it will definitely be even more visited by us.
Also, we are very excited about the bike trails that weave through the trees! Great for me to ride or let the kids ride while I run the trail right beside them!!!!

Old Frisco Trail

Best Place to Train

March, 2020 by snyderk14

The Old Frisco Trail has been my go to training location for many marathons. I have completed 2 Boston Marathons and will also be going again this year. I love how the dirt rode has less impact on my feet, legs, and body than a true rode run. It is just like running down a flat dirt road for 6.5 miles turn around and come back. It is super easy to set out aid stations on but now we also have two water fountains for you to hydrate back up with again. I also love to take my kids out to this trail. I let them bike and I run. I feel so safe on this trail because you do not feel like you are about to get hit by a car. This is such a great place to run or bike. Go outside. Run on Dirt.

Katy Trail (Oklahoma City)

Secluded trail in City

February, 2020 by getbackjojo

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 .

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Osage Prairie Trail

Not Much Has Changed

February, 2020 by dml8782_tl

We rode this yesterday for the first time. Before doing so, we read the variety of reviews and had a fairly accurate expectation.
The southern end, containing several road crossings, still has several areas with broken glass, graffiti, junk yards, an aggressive dog and gives one a general feeling of uneasiness.
The northern end is much more pleasant. Longer stretches between road crossings, more rural, cleaner and allows one to enjoy the ride, the views and the experience. The park at the Skiatook Trail head is beyond impressive!
Our suggestion: start at Skiatook and head south into Tulsa and head back into Skiatook. The trail does extend north beyond the Skiatook Trail head for 1 1/2 miles. So the entire length is 16 miles, one way.

Will Rogers Trail

Loud and dirty

December, 2019 by attorney.shawnjoyce

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.

Pathfinder Parkway

Worth it if you are in town

December, 2019 by dlewis88

North section sketchy and waste tremendous facility smells. Women do not ride alone. Tree root damage to this part. Hit gravel patch at 15 mph with no warnjng. South section safer but all hills.

Ada Walking Trail

Great ride during the day...

September, 2019 by jdavis14

I ride this trail to work most days. It is not a long ride, but the pathway is well maintained. It is surrounded by woods with a few interesting rock formations. The only negative is the city hasn’t maintained the streetlights that line the path, so its only usable during the day.

West River Trail (OK)

Great Trail

May, 2019 by ruthierhailman

The WeRT has been a great addition to OKC trails. This relatively flat paved trail runs about seven miles from Lake Overholser to SW 15th and Meridian where a bicycle bridge connects to the River Trail for another seven miles. At Overholser you can take the "lake to lake" connecting trail and bike lane for an additional 10 miles on the Bert Cooper trails around Lake Hefner.

The WeRT offers wildlife viewing. I have seen countless birds, including a bald eagle, a bobcat, deer and road runners along this trail.

Eagle Lake Trail (OK)

Eagle Lake Trail

April, 2019 by gouldie64

This short trail is a delight. The only thing keeping it from 5 stars is the length. However, with a touring/gravel/mountain bike you can access the river trail via a dirt/gravel road (about 3/4 mile) for a much longer ride. Because the trail is not officially connected to rest of the trail system (yet) it's not busy and there is usually nice bird watching as you ride.

South Grand Trail

South Grand Avenue Trail

April, 2019 by gouldie64

This paved trail connects to the River Trail (which then connects to West River Trail and has easy access to Eagle Lake and Katy trails). It's an urban trail through neighborhoods, so there are several street crossings and stop lights. East of downtown you have to ride on the street for about four blocks before the trail picks up again. I've ridden this trail many times at all hours of the day. Because of the street crossings I prefer early mornings on the weekend. I enjoy a little detour through Oliver Park, which offers a nice view of downtown.

Osage Prairie Trail

peaceful

March, 2019 by 3dslides

I enjoy biking this trail, usually the section between Sperry and Skiatook. It is quiet and rural. Crossing a few non-busy roads is no bother to me. They've built a nice little park with water fountains and kiddie play area at the Skiatook end.

Liberty Trail

Noisy!

March, 2019 by 3dslides

Nothing wrong with the trail itself, but it runs along the expressway so the vehicle traffic noise is really loud. This trail is only a mile from my house but I don't ride it any more. Give me a trail through some quiet woods any day.

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