Oxley Nature Center

Oxley Nature Center 6700 E Mohawk Blvd
Tulsa, OK 74103

Phone: 918-596-9054
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Located in Tulsa's beautiful Mohawk Park, this 804-acre nature center offers over ten miles of hiking trails (some wheelchair and stroller accessible). Free programs are offered every weekend. Guided tours available with advance notice. Trails may be walked when gates are closed, but Mohawk Park does follow a 9pm to 7am curfew. Pets, bicycles and horses are not permitted on the trails. Mohawk Park charges a $2 vehicle admission on weekends from April 1 through October 31.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Gift Shop, Meeting Space Available

  • General Information: Free admission

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

  • On-site Activities: Hiking

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours





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Gate & parking lot hours listed above. Trails closed on city holidays.

Oxley Interpretive Building open Monday-Saturday from 10am-4:30pm and Sunday from 12-4:30pm.

There is a $2 fee per car to enter Mohawk Park 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.

From I-44, go N on Sheridan Ave to 36th St N and turn E. Take the next left, into Mohawk Park. Follow signs for 1.5 miles. From Hwy 75, exit E on Hwy 11, then take Sheridan Ave exit. Go N on Sheridan to 36th St N.

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From The Armstrong Homeschoolers on 06/23/14

A lush outdoor area! The ponds have turtles that, from time to time, put on a display for young guests. They come out to sun themselves on the banks, and are a joy to watch! The spawning Garr are a sight to see as well. Trails are great, and they even have wheelchair accessible ones that are very smooth and well-kept. The volunteers are very knowledgeable, helpful, and eager to share their love of this space. This is a great place to enjoy the outdoors for a while then make it a full day by visiting the Tulsa Zoo down the street, or lake Yahola a little ways west to enjoy some fishing time!!!

From Ohoyo Tohbi on 03/15/14

A lively green jewel of nature and stunning in each season. Close enough to the city yet still far enough away!

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