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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 the journey is the beautiful suspension bridge over the river.
Johnstone Park, on the trail's western end, is the city's oldest park. Here, you'll find an art center, picnic facilities, gardens, playground, and the restored Hulah Train Depot. On its east side, the trail provides access to Sooner Park, where you can picnic and play at the playground, ballfields, pool, and volleyball and tennis courts. Head south and you'll find Jo Allyn Lowe Park, which offers an arboretum, lake (fishing permitted), and tallgrass prairie.
Much of the trail is wooded and it's not uncommon to spot deer or other wildlife. Along the way, signs will also help you identify birds that frequent the area.
There are nine trailheads with parking, including Johnstone Park (100 North Cherokee), Jo Allyn Lowe Park (2420 SE Locust Road) and Sooner Park (420 S. Madison Boulvard).
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