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Tulsa Regional Trails and Information Guide

Through the years, the Tulsa region’s elected officials have worked hard to make bicycling and walking appealing transportation and recreational options through roads, trails, sidewalks, and other infrastructure that provide a level of design that makes them safe, comfortable, and convenient for the widest possible range of users.

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 Department, Tulsa Public Works Department, River Parks Authority, Broken Arrow Parks, Tulsa County Parks, Jenks Parks Department, the City of Skiatook, and the City of Sand Springs.

Eleven regional governments worked together to develop the GO Plan which is a regional pedestrian and bicycle master plan. This plan seeks to create a bycycle/pedestrian network that connects major destinations in the region, including significant employment centers, downtown business districts, schools and universities, and the existing trails system.

Trail Information
Trail Maintenance Contacts:
Please see this chart for appropriate contact information.

Click Here for a .pdf of the current regional bicycle map.

Click Here to learn more about the 918 Trail system branding.

Click a trail name below to view facts about the trail and to get a map of the trail:

  Cherry Creek Trail Mohawk/Owasso Trail
  Creek Turnpike Trail Newblock Park Trail
  Fry Creek Trail N. Peoria Sidepath Trail
  Jenks Aquarium Trail Osage Trail
  Joe Creek Trail River City Trail (Sand Springs)
  Katy Trail River Parks East Bank Trail
  Liberty Trail River Parks West Bank Trail
  Midland Valley Trail River Walk Trail (Bixby)
  Mingo Trail Tisdale Expressway Connector
Mohawk Park Trail

Bicycle Rental Information
This Machine Bicycle Sharing System
This Machine, a public-private partnership launched Phase 1 of the smart bike-sharing system which included 160 bikes and 25 stations in downtown Tulsa and along Route 66. The program e is a partner with Saint Francis Tulsa Tough, a 501c3 which shares a passion for promoting bike culture, as well as the George Kaiser Family Foundation, Chapman Family Trust, the City of Tulsa, and INCOG. For more information, visit https://thismachinetulsa.org/