This 10 Mile Trail Takes You Through Oklahoma’s Forests, Grasslands, And Wetlands

Oklahoma is becoming wildly popular for its outdoor recreation. In fact, news sources say individuals are choosing to move to the Sooner State over other states because we have more variety in our landscape. Adding to the list of outdoor recreational spots we’ve previously featured, is the Oxley Nature Center in Tulsa. This 800-acre park is filled with trails, parks, an interpretive center, forests, and more. Keep scrolling to get more details on everything this nature center has to offer.

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It’s the perfect time of the year to visit Oxley Nature Center! And the best part is it’s FREE! For more information and to view more pictures, trail maps, hours, and more, visit their website here.

If you can’t make it up to northeastern Oklahoma, check out this spectacular hiking trail in southern Oklahoma.