A Gathering Place

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Find Yourself at River Parks

Find your favorite place at River Parks! Iconic structures abound, both man-made and natural. The 29th Street Pedestrian Bridge is one of the more famous installations at River Parks.
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Events at River Parks

River Parks is home to Tulsa’s most exciting events, including Linde Oktoberfest, The Color Run, Scotfest, Tulsa Tough and much more! Learn more on our events calendar.

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World-Class Trail System

Thanks to generous donations from private donors and public contributions, River Parks features a world-class paved trail system perfect for running, hiking, mountain-biking and walking.
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Coming Soon

The Midland Valley Trail is closed from the east end of the railroad bridge over Riverside Drive to where the Blair north property line would cross the trail. The trail closure will be in effect until Phase I of the Gathering Place opens in 2017. The west bank trail will close from Southwest Boulevard to the River West Festival Park beginning in November for trail renovations.

River Lights!

River Lights, River Parks’ salute to the holiday season, kicks off Sunday, December 6th from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the 41st Street Plaza! Presented by Williams and featuring live music by Team Galaxy, River Lights is the perfect place to get into the holiday...

Thousands flock to A Gathering Place groundbreaking

Tulsans on Saturday got to do something they had never done before – play on their city’s front lawn. The Blair Mansion property on Riverside Drive — long a privately owned Tulsa jewel — officially opened to the public for a four-hour groundbreaking celebration of the park that will be built there.

Tulsa’s Oktoberfest announces new title sponsor

Oktoberfest has a new title sponsor. The festival will be called Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa, in recognition of a new five-year title sponsorship agreement with Linde Process Plants. The announcement was made during a press conference Thursday afternoon at River Parks’...