Tulsa has an abundance of multi-use paths. We’ve listed some of the longest and most popular (including the River Parks system and the Creek Turnpike Trails) separately, but runners can find plenty more options below.Overview Map of Tulsa Trails
Katy Trail: The Katy Trail spans 7 miles from Newblock Park to the Case Community Center in Sand Springs. There is also parking and a trailhead at Ziegler Park. The path connects to the Newblock Park Trail on the east end and the River City Park Trail in the west. MAP.
Osage Prairie Trail: A 15 mile path leading north from Tulsa, the Osage Prairie Trail starts from BS Roberts Park and continues up to Central Park in Skiatook. MAP.
Midland Valley Trail: This important 3 mile connector trail links the River Park Trails and The Gathering Place to the Downtown area with highlights including Centennial Park and Maple Park. MAP.
Fry Creek Trail/Bixby Trail: The Fry Creek Trail is 3.4 miles from Washington Irving Memorial Park to East 21st Street in Bixby. On the south end, it connects to the Bixby Trail and the Bentley Park Trail for an additional 2 miles. MAP.
Jenks Aquarium Trail: This gem of a path around the Aquarium and the west banks of the Arkansas River in Jenks is a total of 2.8 miles, with easy connections to the River Parks Trails and the Jenks Peoria Trail. MAP.
Joe Creek Trail: The Joe Creek Trail runs along the creek of the same name and covers 2 miles from the East River Parks to 61st Street. MAP.
Newblock Park Trail: A key connector path, the 1.4 mile Newblock Park Trail links the Katy Trail to the River Park East trails. MAP.
River City Trail: At 1.8 miles long, the River City Trail is a nice little path along the river in Sand Springs (west of Tulsa), linking the 97 Bridge Trail with the Katy Trail via River City Park. MAP.
Haikey Creek Park: Although only 1.3 mile around, the Haikey Creek Park Trail is a great choice for runners situated in Broken Arrow, south of the city. MAP.