Families can enjoy off-road cycling in Oklahoma City
Riders of all ages can test their skills at the Bluff Creek Park trails
Riders push through the technical course at Bluff Creek Park
Just add helmet! Riders of all ages and abilities enjoy trail biking in Oklahoma City.
The Bluff Creek Trails provide technical challenges in a wooded environment

Grab your helmet and hit the dirt at the City's two off-road cycling facilities. Whether you prefer wide open flats or more technical thrills, there are plenty of options for cyclists of every ability.

Bluff Creek Park

11301 N Meridian Ave

The trails at Bluff Creek Park provide plenty of technical challenges for the more experienced rider.

  • 3.5 miles of single-track dirt trail
  • switchbacks and hills
  • tight turns around trees
  • exposed tree roots
  • creeks and ravines
  • wood plank cross-overs

The trails are maintained in cooperation with the Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship. Runners also regularly use the trails so all trail users are asked to be cautious. For the safety of all trail users, dogs must be kept on a leash.

Other park amenities include picnic pavilions, a playground, a 1-mile asphalt loop for running or walking (no bicycles on asphalt loop trail) and open field space for soccer, flag football or other sports. The park and pavilions can be rented for large events and activities. Portable toilets and water fountains are also available.


Lake Stanley Draper

SE 89th St. and S Post Rd
Directions: 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.)

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).

  • single-track dirt trail
  • open sections with varying slopes
  • bridges and wood plank cross-overs
  • technical drops and switchbacks on harder loops (yellow and red)


Trails Etiquette

All trail users are asked to ride with caution and look out for fellow riders and runners. Please see our trails etiquette and safety page for more information.