Hiking with views of Tenkiller Lake
Tenkiller State Park Hiking Trail

Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail

    The Basics
  • Type: Hiking
  • Length: 1½ miles Loop
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Requirements: None
  • This paved, 1½ mile trail is an easy stroll, and is accessible to persons with disabilities. It is also a good trail for kids and those pushing strollers. The trail begins at the park office, and loops back around to its beginning. Along the trail, interpertive signs tell about the different birds and animals found in the area, as well as a little history, too. The trail passes through wooded areas and along bluffs overlooking Lake Tenkiller. At the end of the trail, before it starts its loop back to the beginning, you will be at Crappie Point, which gives good views of the bluffs, the dam and spillway. The trail also passes by the kids fishing pond, a bird blind, and the Driftwood Nature Center, which has exhibits of animals, tons of information on local flora and fauna, and a few live animals, too.
    Additional Info
  • Camping: No
  • Water: No water on trail
  • Trail Head(s): Park Office
  • Trail Markings: Paved
  • Pets Allowed:
  • Recommended Season: Year-Round