River Parks in support of Emergency Operating Command (EOC) and Tulsa Police have decided to close River Parks in the wake of the tornadoes damage, the threat of swift water rescues), sinkholes, and continual flooding. (Excluding Turkey Mtn)
River Parks private/public partnership and your support will help with flood damage recovery efforts. Donations can be made to the River Parks Foundation at www.riverparks.org/donate


Park & Trail Updates

  • River Parks Parking Lots CLOSED by TPD until Flooding Subsides
  • Keystone to release 250,000 CFS begining at noon 5/23.
  • Updated Maps of Potential Flooding Areas
  • Trail lights disabled. DO NOT USE THE TRAIL AFTER DARK.
  • See All Alerts and Closures


  • The BIG Run June 6

    June 5th, 6am-7pm

  • Joy In The Cause 5k And Fun Run - Run the Trail!

    Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 7 AM – 11 AM

  • National Trails Day at Turkey Mountain - June 1

    Saturday, June 1, 10am to 2pm

  • See All Events

Hike, Bike, or Run Turkey Mountain

One of northeastern Oklahoma’s unique recreational treasures, the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness encompasses over 300 acres of rugged park land located only a few miles from Tulsa’s vibrant downtown. The landscape creates a sense of being far from city life, with visitors surrounded by a thick canopy of trees including native Post and Blackjack Oak, Hickory, Redbud and other species. This area of River Parks stretches north-south from I-44 to 71st Street, and from Elwood Avenue, east to the Arkansas River. The highest point on Turkey Mountain lies within the park’s boundaries, rising 300 feet above the river.


There's more to do at River Parks than you ever imagined!

Trails are the heart and soul of River Parks, the defining feature weaving together the public spaces that comprise Tulsa’s outdoor riverfront park system, with connections to other regional trails.