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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 Centennial Park, the latter of which features a pond with an encircling walking trail.
At the trail’s southern end, a converted railroad trestle over the Arkansas River connects trail users with nearly 20 miles of paved trails—the Riverparks East Bank Trail and Riverparks West Bank Trail—along the river. This trailhead is considered one of the best striped bass and catfish fishing areas in Tulsa.
In 2012, the Midland Valley Trail was improved with a new rest area, drinking fountain, lighting, signage and trash receptacles. The trail was also widened and paved with concrete, trees were planted, and a new pedestrian crossing signal was installed to help trail users cross 21st Street.
Ample parking for the Midland Valley Trail is available at the southern trailhead at 31st Street and Riverside Drive. Additional parking can be found at Centennial Park on S. Peoria Avenue.
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