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Mountain Biking/Hiking Trails
City of Oklahoma City

The Bluff Creek Trail is a single loop with tight turns around trees and some moderate technical sections.

A dirt road loops around the area and crosses the trail in several spots.

photo of trail bikers

Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship external link currently maintains the trail. This trail is a multi-use trail and is used by hikers and cyclists. Be cautious when riding fast and courteous when meeting other trail users.

Length: 3.5+ miles of single track

Parking Areas: Parking is located at Pat Murphy Park, located on the northwest corner of Hefner and Meridian, approximately 1 mile west of Lake Hefner Parkway.

Surface Type: Natural trail

The Lake Stanley Draper Trail consists of three connecting loops that can be ridden consecutively for a distance of about 12 miles.

The level of difficulty ranges from very easy (green loop) to more challenging (yellow loop) to more difficult (red loop). The trail consists of 99% singletrack, mostly tight twisting turns with a few faster open sections. Green and red loops flow well with nice turns and a few V-trees. The yellow section is different with bigger drops and wooden bridges.

A portable toilet and picnic tables are near the parking lot.

The Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship is involved with improvement to the trail and parking area. The program operates on a 50% match basis, which allows the fellowship to match the grant amount with in-kind volunteer labor.

Length: 12 miles

Surface Type: Natural trail

Parking Areas: From I-240, take the Douglas exit. Travel north on Douglas to SE 74th Street. Go east one mile to Post Road. Turn south approximately half a mile to the trail entrance. Parking is on the east side of the road.