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)


THE BLUE ROSE CAFÉ19th and Riverside Drive, offers full-service indoor and outdoor dining overlooking the river.  A popular spot year-round, the Blue Rose menu features sumptuous salads, sandwiches, burgers and adult beverages.  For hours, a complete menu and catering information, contact the Blue Rose Café at (918) 582-4600 or
Elwood’s, outdoors at 19th and Riverside, complements the Blue Rose with patio dining and live entertainment during warm weather months.  The menu includes gourmet sandwiches and beverages.
BROOKSIDETulsa’s Brookside district features food, specialty shopping, art and entertainment one-half mile east of River Parks.  Encompassing a two-mile stretch of Peoria Avenue between 31st and 51st Streets, the “village” portion of Brookside is located from 32nd to 41st Streets and is easily accessible via 36th Street with its cycling lane or via 41st Street.
A variety of shopping and dining options are available east and west of Riverside Drive in this area.  The River Parks trail also connects to a pedestrian bridge spanning the river into Jenks, where more dining and shopping options are available.

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