Home of Cry Baby Hill, this grueling course will test even the fittest racers. Running along the scenic Arkansas River and staged from the River Parks, Sunday distinguishes “Tulsa Tough.” Winners of the team and individual omnium competitions will be crowned after Sunday’s races. AIN’T NO CRY BABIES IN BIKE RACING If you haven’t… Read more »
We are excited to announce the 4th annual Joy in The Cause 5K and Fun Run, “Run the Trail!” This run will be held at River West Festival Park on Saturday morning, June 1st at 8am! This year Mike Collier is our AWESOME emcee and our run is on “National Trails Day” and what… Read more »
National Trails Day is a celebration of the trails we love to hike! This event will highlight the awesome organizations and vendors that get people outside and on the trails! Come for a walk, a bike ride, tasty food and so much more! Joining us at Turkey Mountain will be the Oklahoma Alliance for Animals,… Read more »
Join us for Tulsa’s biggest Cinco De Mayo Festival! It’s Fiesta time with tons of live music bands performing all weekend long, fun fair rides for adults & kids & much more great entertainment for the whole family! Come hungry for the huge variety of Food Trucks, refreshing drinks & don’t forget the cervezas! It’s… Read more »
Let your love shine at the happiest run under the sun! On The Color Run Love Tour, good vibes are the only kind of vibes allowed. Join us as we celebrate what we love about ourselves, each other, and the planet we all share. Run wild. Love wild. Stay wild. Saturday April 6th. Register HERE
Discussion will center on the existing conditions of the Wilderness landscape, as well as its opportunities and challenges. Public input will help shape the goals and vision for key elements of a Master Plan, including management, preservation and programming. This meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Tulsa Southern Hills, 7902 S Lewis Ave. Focus: Introduction of major master plan themes: management, preservation, and programming.
How do people access Turkey Mountain? How do visitors explore the park’s rugged landscape? This discussion will focus on understanding access to and through the park and the potential for more accessibility. This meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Tulsa Southern Hills, 7902 S Lewis Ave.
Visitors to Turkey Mountain experience array of interactions with the park’s diverse natural environment whether it’s through exploring or partaking in an activity. This meeting will cover programming options and evaluate the role and toll of people and pets on the Wilderness’ ecosystem and how to best implement sustainable practices. This meeting will be held at OSU – Tulsa
700 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK 74106
Meeting Room: 150
The MVVA team will share how the Turkey Mountain Master Plan is being shaped through the community’s feedback. They will also outline the Master Plan’s next steps. This meeting’s location will be announced soon.