Mohawk Park

Mohawk Park 5323 E 41st St N
Tulsa, OK 74115

Phone: 918-425-6871
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Mohawk Park, containing 2,800 acres, is the largest park in Tulsa and one of the largest in the country. The sprawling park was created as part of the 1924 public works project that piped drinking water from the Spavinaw Dam to Tulsa. More than 800 acres at the park feature hiking, biking and interpretive trails, as well as the Oxley Nature Center, which houses hands-on exhibits, year-round classroom programs, restrooms and drinking water. The area is also home to abundant wildlife and waterfowl, the Tulsa Zoo and the Mohawk Park Golf Course.

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  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-75

  • On-site Activities: Hiking

Day

Open

Close

Sunday

7:00 am

9:00 pm

Monday

7:00 am

9:00 pm

Tuesday

7:00 am

9:00 pm

Wednesday

7:00 am

9:00 pm

Thursday

7:00 am

9:00 pm

Friday

7:00 am

9:00 pm

Saturday

7:00 am

9:00 pm

There is a $2 fee per car on weekends from April-October.

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.




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From nadie on 06/23/14

It's a beautiful park, very well maintained with many hiking trails, small lake, several creeks as well as many picnic sites with tables and grills many of which are enclosed in original stone built enclosures. There are also several playground areas for the children as well as a small water park for the kids. Restroom facilities are also onsite. I might also add that there was a very visible presence of park security which gives a piece of mind when going hiking. I highly recommend this park.


From JULIA on 03/02/13

I have not been there,I am new in town. The web does it justice on description. Plan to go since it is in my front yard almost.


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