Rock Creek Multi-Use Trails

Rock Creek Multi-Use Trails Chickasaw National Recreation Area
Sulphur, OK 73086

Phone: 580-622-7234
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Located within the scenic Chickasaw National Recreation Area is a diverse and challenging trail system.  Whether you embark on an hour-long journey or plan to make a day of it, this scenic area of south-central Oklahoma is the perfect place to explore.  The unpaved Rock Creek Multi-Use Trails are open for hiking, mountain biking and equestrian use and encompass a total of nine miles altogether.  With an intermediate to expert difficulty level, you'll encounter two types of environments throughout these trails: wooded forest areas and grassy open spaces.  The diverse terrain includes rock-lined hills and flat areas, and the trail crosses shallow streams along the way.  The north trailhead is located just west of Veterans Lake, and the south trailhead is located just north of the Cedar Blue Road and N 3370 Road junction.

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  • On-site Activities: Biking, Hiking, Horseback Riding





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Located inside the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. (GPS N 34 26.521' W 96 59.751')

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