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Creek Turnpike Trail

Creek Turnpike Trail | Jenks Aquarium Trail | KATY Trail | Liberty Trail | Midland Valley Trail

Mingo Trail | Newblock Park Trail | Osage Trail | River City Trail (Sand Springs)

River Parks East Bank Trail
| River Parks West Bank Trail | River Walk Trail (Bixby)

 
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Quick Facts

Trail Length: Approx. 4.1 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Parking Areas:

  • Hunter Park (On 91st St. bet. Sheridan & Yale)

  • 96th & Riverside*

*FREE Bicycles for rent available at this location.  Click here for more details.


Restrooms & Water:

  • Hunter Park

  • 96th & Riverside

Difficult Street Crossings

  • Sheridan Rd. (no traffic signal)

Connections to other trails

Trail Map (pdf)

Creek Trail Map

The Creek Turnpike Trail stretches from 96th & Riverside to Memorial Road and runs parallel to the Creek Turnpike.  This trail has some moderately difficult climbs and descents, as it follows the grade separated crossings at many of the intersections with arterial roads.  For a good workout, this is one of the Tulsa area's most challenging trails (relatively speaking). 

Hunter Park, located along the trail, is one of the City of Tulsa's largest parks.  It has a playground, 18-hole disc golf course, fishing pond, 1/2 mile walking trail, covered picnic pavilions, basketball courts, and some wooded walking trails.  The park, located just off of the trail can be accessed from 91st Street as well.

If headed westbound, just after Sheridan, you must take the "spur" trail (that goes under the bridge) in order to continue on to Riverparks.  The "through" trail leads to Hunter Park.

Maintenance Contact

Tulsa Parks

Phone: 918.596.7275

Email: tulsaparks@ci.tulsa.ok.us