Keystone Ancient Forest

Keystone Ancient Forest
160 Ancient Forest Dr
Sand Springs
,
OK
74063
Phone: 918-246-2561

The Keystone Ancient Forest in northeast Oklahoma has been around for centuries: the oldest tree found in the forest is over 500 years old. 300-year-old post oaks and 500-year-old cedar trees invite visitors into a quiet, uncultivated wilderness. This serene 1,360-acre nature preserve is open on select Saturdays and offers well-maintained primitive hiking trails. Take in the fresh air and the spectacular views from within the forest, which is situated on scenic Keystone Lake. Inhabitants of the Keystone Ancient Forest include deer, American eagles, bobcat, migratory birds and over 80 species of butterflies. No pets are allowed in the forest. 

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Amenities
Facility Amenities: Restrooms
General Information: Free admission
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-412
On-site Activities: Hiking, Watchable Wildlife
Hours
Hiking is allowed on select Saturdays. Please click the orange website button at the top of this page to see the upcoming dates.
Directions
From the 209th West Avenue (Prue Road) and Hwy 64/ 412 exit: Travel north along Prue Road approximately 2 miles (2nd cell phone tower on the right). The entrance is directly across from the 2nd cell phone tower and features a large sandstone and black iron gate.

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