Every city has its share of little rectangular parks where one might lay a picnic or toss a ball. But with the Arkansas River running right through the middle of town, Tulsa saw a prime opportunity to maximize outdoor fun, installing over 20 miles of hike-and-bike trails dotted with playgrounds and public art stretching from 11th to 101st streets. Along the way, you'll find an old wooden railroad bridge turned pedestrian bridge that's ideal for strolling (at E. 29th Street), a skate park for more active pursuits, and an 18-hole disc golf (aka "Frisbee golf") course. In the summertime, the park hosts concerts and other events at the River West Festival Park, as well as at the Reynolds Amphitheater with its unique floating stage. If you want to get out and get a little bit of fresh air, we can hardly think of a better place.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 05:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Attractions & Landmarks, Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries