An Easy But Gorgeous Hike, Red Bud Valley Oxley Nature Trail Leads To A Little-Known River In Oklahoma
By Marla S.|Published June 21, 2021
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If you’re looking to take a short hike in Oklahoma that has lots to see and do, plan a trip to Red Bud Valley Nature Trail in Catoosa. Although this loop trail is just over a mile and rated easy, there’s so much to explore. This includes caves, wildlife, wildflowers, and even a river!
Because there’s so much to check out on this hike, Red Bud Valley Oxley Nature Trail is a popular destination for locals and visitors to enjoy nature walks and birdwatching. And since there are two path options to take when you reach the fork on the trail, you’ll have the choice to trek through a wooded area or a prairie filled with flowers.
Because this hike is conducive for people of all different levels, Red Bud Valley Oxley Nature Trail is a great outing for the entire family. To learn more and plan your outdoor adventure, visit AllTrails.
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