Explore Tulsa Nature & Outdoors
Tulsa’s natural wonders.
With 144 parks, Tulsa is a perfect home for lovers of nature and the outdoors. You can bike the twisting River Trails, hike up Turkey Mountain, or sail Grand Lake. Bald eagles accompany you as you jog along the Arkansas River. The team sports athlete can find basketball, baseball, and disc golf at Chandler Park. And if you like your nature a little more “lively,” the world’s greatest predators are waiting for you at the Tulsa Zoo. Tulsa has an average of 230 sunny days per year; you’ll find a million ways to spend them.
I-44 to 71st Street, Tulsa, OK, 74132
Just seven miles from Downtown Tulsa, the untouched wilderness of Turkey Mountain is one of the city’s greatest natural treasure. The mountain is perfect for hiking, running, camping, and horseback riding.
717 S. Houston Avenue, Suite 510, Tulsa, OK, 74127
River Parks strives to maintain, preserve, develop, and promote the Arkansas River and adjacent land areas under the Authority's jurisdiction within Tulsa County for the economic and cultural benefit of the community.
6421 E. 36th Street North, Tulsa, OK, 74115
The Tulsa Zoo is an adventure for all ages. With animals and birds from every corner of the world, there’s always something new to see.
North of US 60 and east of Highway 137, Oklahoma, 74962
Winding through the foothills of the Ozarks, Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees has been a popular outdoor recreation destination for decades.
6500 West 21st Street, Tulsa, OK, 74107
Chandler Park combines outdoor fun with a new indoor community center, letting the residents of Tulsa swim, shoot hoops, climb rocks, or pitch horseshoes in one location.