Start your journey to health at one of these state park and city trails across Oklahoma.
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Getting heart healthy is just a step away with this handy list of state park and city trails across the state. Nearly a third of Oklahoma State Parks offer an official Heart Healthy Trail, which is classified as a paved trail or nature/hiking trail that is of easy to moderate difficulty and marked by Heart Healthy Trail signs at 1/4 mile intervals. Take a look at the list below and remember - the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step!
The Raptor’s Roost Trail is an easy-to-walk, 0.40 mile trail that begins near the park office and ends at the northwest corner of the parking lot west of the park office and picnic shelter.
The Nature Trail is a 0.55 mile one-way trail that takes visitors along the shores of Grand Lake. Along the trail are two wildlife viewing areas, both with watch towers. Much of the trail is paved, and a wildflower plot is also located along the trail.
The Scout Trail, which has a one-way distance of 0.83 mile, begins at the northern tip of Shaul Lake and takes guests through the park’s best flora and fauna.
This park’s Heart Healthy Trail is a paved 0.40 mile, one way trail that takes hikers along the shores of beautiful Tom Steed Reservoir.
Three segments of the Western Oaks Trail are designated as this park’s Heart Healthy Trail. Periodically, portions of this trail are under water or are too wet to cross, so please use caution.
Walk along the 0.88 mile, one way Great Western Trail, which connects Cottonwood Campground to the Cedar Point Area.
The park offers a paved, one mile trail that takes visitors from the lodge and cabin area to the park office and fishing pier.
A paved portion of the Running Deer Trail offers an easy 0.50 mile down and back hike.
Two different portions of the Hog Creek Trail make up this park’s Heart Healthy Trail. The western leg of the trail extends from Alameda Drive to the Hog Creek Campground and is 1.13 miles in one direction. The eastern leg of the trail extends from the corner of Alameda Drive and Indian Point Road to the Hickory Hill Area ad is 1.03 miles in one direction.
The ADA-compliant, paved trail just south of Wards Campground will take guests along an easy 0.40 mile loop around Lake Wister.
The Three Springs Loop Trail connects the picnic area with Big and Middle Springs and the CCC pavilion. The trail is easy to walk and has a one-way distance of 0.25 mile.
An easy-to-walk portion of the Nathan Boone Trail will take guests along a 0.30 mile, one way walk from the trailhead to the turn-around across from Coon Hollow Road.
Ada - Wintersmith Park
Anadarko - Randlett Park
Ardmore - Ardmore Regional Park
Bartlesville - Johnstone Park
Beaver - Beaver Dunes Park
Bethany - Eldon Lyon Park
Bixby - Washington Irving Park
Blackwell - Legion Park
Buffalo/Laverne - Doby Springs Recreation Park
Canton - Canton Lake
Choctaw - Choctaw Creek Park
Chickasha - Shannon Springs Park
Claremore - Claremore Lake Park
Clinton - Acme Brick Park
Durant - Carl Albert Memorial Park
Edmond - E.C. Hafer Park
El Reno - Legion Park
Elk City - Ackley Park West
Enid - Meadowlake Park
Frederick - Lake Frederick
Guymon - Thompson Park
Hennessey - Bull Foot Park
Jenks - Veterans Park
Kingfisher - Kingfisher City Park
Lawton-Fort Sill - Lawton Parks & Recreation
McAlester - McAlester Arboretum
Miami - George Francis Riverview Park
Midwest City - Spirit Trails Network
Moore - Buck Thomas Park
Muskogee - Honor Heights Park
Mustang - Mustang Parks
Norman - Norman Parks
Oklahoma City - Oklahoma City Parks
Okmulgee - Hawthorne Park
Owasso - Centennial Park
Ponca City - Lester & Mary Cann Memorial Botanical Gardens
Poteau - Old Frisco Trail
Pryor Creek - Pryor Creek Nature Trail
Purcell - Purcell Lake
Sayre - Sayre RV & City Park
Shawnee - Woodland Park
Stillwater - Boomer Lake Park
Stilwell - Adair Park
Tahlequah - Tahlequah History Trail
Tishomingo - Pennington Creek Park
Weatherford - Rader Park
Woodward - Goetzinger Walking Trails
Yukon - Yukon Parks