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Find the top rated horseback riding trails in Oklahoma, whether you're looking for an easy short horseback riding trail or a long horseback riding trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a horseback riding trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
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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...
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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...
I walked / jogged the entire distance of this trail and back one recent Sunday morning / afternoon. A nice, mostly tree lined trail with mile markers along the way. Be careful if you are running this trail though because there are about ten signs at residential and commercial streets stating that “traffic does not stop.” My only complaint is that after a few miles the scenery gets rather boring and routine - plus there is the constant road noise nearby as well. Towards the end of the trail things got a bit rough and slightly overgrown but I actually rather enjoyed this wild and wooly portion before doubling back to the car. Highlights were the overall excellent condition of the trail, a bench or two to take a load off, a couple of water fountains, and a large pond off trail that was a welcome change of scenery. High
Love the atmosphere, people, parks, and it’s also a pretty scenery all throughout! Love seeing active people enjoy along with their kids tagging along.
Beautiful scenery, well kept, not crowded. Love all the bridges!
The trail is not bad, decently maintained. However, this is a rough part of Tulsa. There was homeless camps in the woods next to the trail, there was a homeless guy passed out on the trail, I was threaten by a gang member. If you’re gonna do this trail, don’t do it alone. Also a lot of construction as of august 2022. It also leads right to David L. Moss which is a very dangerous area and a lot of homeless.
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.
Rode from skiatook to Sperry. So easy and flat and pleasant. Lots of green trees and nice bridges and country roads. Interestingly this trail is NOT on all trails
Great scenery, proximity to restaurants, a park, a bookstore, and the library.
We started at Jo Allyn park and enjoyed the shady ride heading northwest. Spotted two cardinals, a doe, and many grey squirrels.
We parked just north of the 71st St. bridge on the east side, road across the river end up to Turkey Mountain. We continued open till the trail is closed at 36th St. The section near 30 turkey mountain is forested and beautiful, but you do pass next to a sewage treatment plant. North of the Sewage treatment plant is not as beautiful as the turkey mountain section, but still a nice ride. The climb up to Turkey Mountain from the river averages about 3 1/2% for about a half mile. The steepest sections are between 4 1/2 and 5%. We turned around at 36th St. and backtracked . Coming into Turkey Mountain from this direction again it averages about 3 1/2% grade for a little over a half mile, but the steepest sections are around 9%, but are very short. This is a good trail for a good exercise ride. We only passed a few bicyclist along the way and a few walkers New Jersey now. Other than that¿
I parked near the sand volleyball area just south of 71st st. Rode north along the river to Southwest Blvd then crossed the river. Rode south for about a mile and the Riverparks west trail was closed about a mile south of the river crossing I then backtracked to the start instead of doing a planned loop. Total of 15 miles.
The trail is beautiful. Well maintained surface in a beautiful greenspace, multiuse parkway. Trail was not overly busy as Tulsa Tough was happening at the same time. I assume many of the more serious riders were in this event.
This is one of the most beautiful trails I have ridden, even though it was very hot and muggy at mid-day. There were restrooms and water along the way if needed.
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.
I read the reviews and they all had merit; there is horse poop on the trail, a bridge is out with no warning or signs of being repaired and there are multiple streets to cross and some of them are fairly heavily trafficked—on the plus side, it’s also very lovely, shaded for long stretches and not busy. Slight grades, easy to run/walk/bike. I ran 10 and I saw only one bike and two walkers. Overall very pleasant—no lighting along trail so not a good spot to go before or after the sun comes or goes.
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