Tenkiller State Park Trail System

Tenkiller State Park Trail System
8 miles N of Gore on Hwy 100
Phone: 918-489-5641

The Tenkiller State Park Trail System consists of three 1 to 1.5 mile long hiking trails. Beginning at the visitor center, the Nature Center Trail runs 1.5 miles from the center to below the cabins. This trail is intended for intermediate to advanced-level hikers only, as there are some rocky, steep areas that may require a bit of climbing. For adventurous hikers, check out the Gum Springs Trail. Intended for advanced-level hikers only, this trail runs between one and two miles in length and is located near the Gooseneck Bend North area. Visitors to this hiking trail will be treated to beautiful views of bluffs and a small creek. During most of the year the creek is dry, but the trail can be difficult to navigate during rainstorms.

The Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail is one mile in length and begins at the pool area. This trail is completely paved and handicap accessible. This gently winding trail takes visitors past many of the park's attractions including the kids' fishing pond, swimming pool, playground, cabins and nature center.

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Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant
On-site Activities: Biking, Hiking
Driving east on I-40, take Exit 287. Follow Hwy 100 N through Gore to park. From I-40 W, take Exit 297. Go 10 miles north on Hwy 82 to Hwy 100, then 3 miles south to Tenkiller State Park.
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