Lake Carl Blackwell Trail System
Stillwater, OK 74074
The Lake Carl Blackwell Trail System offers over 50 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails. This extensive trail system explores the shoreline and the area south of Lake Carl Blackwell. Camping, picnic areas and restrooms are available near the lake.
Yellow Trail: The Yellow Trail begins at the campground, for a total of 5.76 miles. This is considered an intermediate-level trail, and it makes a complete loop. Starting off, you'll head to the southwest, going away from the lake. At the beginning of the trail, the area is mostly open and grassy. After a while, you'll change direction and start to the south, going through some wooded areas. You'll curve back around to the northwest, again headed toward the lake. Follow the path as it meanders near the shoreline of the lake, gradually curving back to the south. After zig-zagging south for a while, the path will take a sharp turn to the northeast. Follow the trail as it continues north and east to complete the loop.
Facility Amenities: Picnic Area, Restrooms
On-site Activities: Biking, Hiking, Horseback Riding
Trails are located on the south side of Lake Carl Blackwell, just north of SH-51. (GPS: N 36 07.433 W 97 12.533)