Find Yourself at River Parks

Find your favorite place at River Parks!  The 41st Street Plaza offers fountains, a splashpad, playground and disc golf.
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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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Art In The Park

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Cinco de Mayo at River West Festival Park

A festive celebration of South-of-the-Border culture that’s enjoyed worldwide, Cinco de Mayo (or “5th of May”) commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. In the case of Cinco de Mayo, it has become a global phenomenon.

This 7th annual 5 de Mayo Festival is held in the River Parks West in Tulsa, OK. It will again feature plenty of live music, authentic foods, arts & crafts, mechanical fair rides, activities for families and children and much more.
The Greater Tulsa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Que Buena Radio Station & Viva organizes this event.

http://agatheringplacefortulsa.com/

 A Gathering Place For Tulsa

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New All Female-Led Music Festival Coming to River Parks.

River Parks Authority and the YWCA of Tulsa will partner to bring a First-of-Its-Kind music festival to Tulsa. MisFEST (short for Music Is She) provides a platform to empower women to succeed in the music industry.

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TRAIL UPDATES

NOTICE TO PATRONS:  Construction is complete on the East Bank Trail at Joe Creek, north of the River Spirit Casino. This portion of the trail is now open!

River Parks is Tulsa Run’s 2017 Primary Beneficiary

The Tulsa Sports Commission announces eight beneficiaries for this year’s Tulsa Federal Credit Union Tulsa Run. River Parks Foundation is the primary beneficiary for the 40th running of the 15K. It will receive $25,000, which will go toward its privately funded park patrol program. Click HERE to learn more.