You can go for walks, runs, and bike rides, on trails and open park areas, but should maintain physical distance (i.e. be more than 6 feet away from persons who are not part of your household) to avoid spread of the virus. Persons at high risk for contracting COVID-19 should consider taking advantage of online fitness classes. Under current City Order, all City, County and River Parks playgrounds are closed. Trails, Turkey Mountain, other open space, and  disc golf courses are open. As always, the health and safety of our staff and residents is our top priority, and we will continue to provide updates and information on our website. (Updated 3/29/20)
Update 3/28 at 1pm: Per the Mayor's shelter in place order through April 16th, trails and green spaces at River Parks and Turkey Mountain remain open for exercise, health, and well being provided that 6 feet of social distancing is practiced along with all other CDC recommendations to prevent the spread of virus.

Update 3/27: The City of Tulsa, Tulsa County, and River Parks are closing playgrounds, adult fitness equipment, sports courts (e.g. tennis, pickleball and basketball), dog parks, and skate parks until further notice. Public use of open spaces, trails, restrooms, and disc golf at parks is still allowed, but gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited and residents must follow CDC guidelines for personal hygiene and physical distancing.

All River Parks trails and Turkey Mountain are open. Please see below for specific restrictions.

Update 3/25: With regards to Governor and Mayor's new orders, public may not congregate in groups of 10 or more. TPD may disperse groups larger than as protective measures against the virus spread. Please note these measures are subject to change at anytime.
Update 3/24 - All River Parks and Turkey Mountain are open.
Playgrounds: - Play at your own risk. Playgrounds and park equipment are not sanitized regularly so please wash hands before and after use and maintain social distancing.

Trail Guidelines for the next few weeks:
- Warn other users of your presence and step off trails to keep 6 feet spacing. Signal your presence with your voice, bell or horn.
- Note that public restrooms may be closed.
- Bring water — drinking fountains may be disabled and should not be used, even if operable.
- take your trash with you to protect park workers.
- Don't use trails if you have symptoms, cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, etc.
- Do your best to stay 6 ft away from other's. Keep it as you walk, bike, run, or hike.

UPDATE: 3/16/2020 at 4pm.
As clarification of the Mayor's Declaration, events and programs at the park are postponed or cancelled until further Warn other users of your presence and step off trails to keep 6 feet spacing. Signal your presence with your voice, bell or horn.notices. Open spaces with in the park, such as the trails, are still open. This is subject to change if need arises.

Find your favorite place at River Parks! From the Urban Wilderness of Turkey Mountain to the 41st Street Plaza which offers a splashpad, playground, and disc golf, to the River West Festival Park where some of Tulsa’s largest events are held, find your favorite place at River Parks!


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