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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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NOTICE TO PATRONS:  The East Bank Trail at Joe Creek, north of the River Spirit Casino, is closed due to a City of Tulsa trail connection project. The City’s contract is for a six-month term, but the contractor is hoping to complete the section affecting the River Parks trail by the end of July.

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Get ready for the 2nd year of the Great Raft Race’s revival on the Arkansas River. Register now to participate in this classic Tulsa event on Labor Day Monday September 5th 2016. Register HERE



Tulsa’s River Parks Authority is pleased to announce Monarchs on the Mountain, a new festival celebrating the vital role Eastern Oklahoma plays in the Monarch Butterfly migration will be held September 24th, on Turkey Mountain. The festival will take place from 10:00 am, until 2:00 pm in the pavilion area of the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area near the main trailhead, 6850 S. Elwood Ave.



THE flagship celebration of Celtic history, music and heritage that is the biggest and best in the region. A September Tulsa tradition, the three day festival offers attractions for the entire family. SCOTFEST is held at Tulsa’s River West Festival Park September 16-18, 2016. Click HERE for more info

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3rd Annual Overdose Awareness Walk

This FREE, family-friendly event will promote drug overdose awareness, prevention and recovery. Help spread awareness of this preventable problem in our community.

Participants can choose to do a 1-mile walk OR a 3-mile bicycle ride

Free t-shirts and goodie bags for everyone who attends (while supplies last).

Dave Cooke is the featured speaker at the event. Dave, the founder of 100 Pedals, is cycling across America this summer to raise awareness of drug addiction. He is making a stop at this event to share the story of his own son’s struggle with addiction to provide hope and encouragement to families.