Welcome to the Tulsa Area Trails guide page. This page will help in navigating the more than 80 miles of bicycle and pedestrian trails in the Tulsa Metro Area. Each trail has a unique character and attraction. View the overall trail map.
Tulsa has an excellent network of trails. The Tulsa Area Trails System is an interconnected system of bicycle and pedestrian trails maintained by several different entities. Trails are maintained by the City of Tulsa Parks Dept, Tulsa Public Works Dept., Riverparks Authority, Broken Arrow Parks, Tulsa County Parks, Jenks Parks Dept., the City of Skiatook, and the City of Sand Springs.
Trail Maintenance Contacts:
Please see this chart for appropriate contact information.
FREE Bicycle rentals are available on Riverparks Trails system. Click here for more info.
Trail Closing Alerts:
INCOG strives to keep this information updated as agencies notify our staff of changes.
The pedestrian crossing near the River Parks East Bank Trail at I-244 will be closed until early 2015. A detour has been mapped and can be accessed here. From River Parks turn right on Southwest Blvd, continue straight onto Lawton Ave., then right onto Heavy Traffic Way, Right onto Houston Ave and right onto 3rd Street (which becomes Charles Page Blvd.). Then left onto Olympia Ave to rejoin the trail.
The River Parks East Bank Trail from 71st Street to Joe Creek (79th Street) will be closing during the week of Sept 23rd 2013 for renovation. It is expected to reopen in April 2014. The trail will be brought up to the dual-trail standard as it has been north of 71st Street.
November 4, 2013 the trail on the north side of the Creek Turnpike from Harvard to Vensel Creek will be closed so the sound wall can be reconstructed. This work will take approximately 1 month.
Click a trail name below to view facts about the trail and to get a map of the trail: