Hi – Welcome to the OTRA website. To be honest, we do not update this very often. You will find more current information on our Facebook page: OTRA on Facebook  For directions to any Oklahoma mountain bike/trail running trail check out the Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship website The OEF website also has trail maps.

Our local OKC area trails:

Lake Arcadia Multi-Use Trail (Edmond, OK)


We meet at the Multi-use trailhead near the Lake project office. To get to the Project Office, go 3 miles east of I-35 on 2nd Street (also Highway 66 East). Take the third entrance marked “Project Office”. Restrooms, a phone, and water are available right there at the project office. The trailhead has an honor box for payment right at the trailhead.

Bluff Creek Trails (NW side of OKC, OK)

Bluff Creek has a 1 mile paved loop as well as 4 miles of technical dirt trail. This city trail is heavily used by mountain bikers, runners and walkers. The dirt trail is mostly clay soil based and takes time to dry out after rain/snow. Do not use the trails when wet!! There are port-a-potties but no running water available.

Lake Stanley Draper Trail (SE side of OKC, OK)

Draper trails are located off of I-240 and S Post Road. Close to Tinker AFB. There are approximately 12 miles of sandy trail. The trails very from easy beginner to intermediate. There are port-a-potties but no running water available.


Clear Bay Trails Lake Thunderbird (Hwy 9, Norman, OK)

There are 16 miles of trail in this extensive trail system. There are bathrooms with running water at the trail head.


Some Suggestions for trails outside of the OKC area to check out:

Fire Road – 6 mile out-and-back, at the base of Mt Scott, located in the Wichita Wildlife Refuge outside of Lawton more information

Dog Run Hollow trail system – 6 miles of rocky, rugged trail, also inside the Wichita Wildlife Refuge. Turn down the Refuge Headquarters road and park at French Lake.

Turkey Mountain (near Tulsa) more information

Lake Keystone (near Tulsa) more information

Lake McMurtry (near Stillwater) more information

Lake Murray Trails (near Ardmore) more information

Butterfield Trail – 15mile loop course located in Devil’s Den State Park in NW Arkansas more information

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