Tulsa River Parks

3498 Riverside Dr
Tulsa, OK 74105

River Parks now includes over 800 acres of land stretching along miles of the Arkansas River.  The focal point of the park is its trail system, weaving through open lawns and tree-lined picnic areas, past bronze wildlife sculptures and the seasonal color of native trees and wildflowers.  Public events are centered primarily at the River West Festival with its amphitheatre and the Reynolds floating stage.  Zink Dam and Lake, completed in 1983, have made the river a popular spot for fishing and rowing, while kayaking the “Tulsa Wave” on the river’s west bank is also a popular water sport.  Further south, the untamed beauty of the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area rises above the riverbed, offering rugged hiking and equestrian trails, as well as a panoramic view of the city from its summit.

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