Tenkiller State Park: Multi-Use Trail – 1 mi (O&B)

Tenkiller State Park: Multi-Use Trail - 1 mi (O&B) photo
View of Lake Tenkiller from Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail

The Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail is, just like the name says, a multi-use paved trail at Tenkiller State Park in northwest Sequoyah County, Oklahoma.

The trail is a pretty easy walk that takes you from the Visitor Center down to the park entrance close to State Highway 100. The trail goes near a number of cabins, a few pavilions, and a fishing pond.

Tenkiller State Park: Multi-Use Trail - 1 mi (O&B) photo
Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail

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Tenkiller State Park: Multi-Use Trail - 1 mi (O&B) photo
Approximate Elevations Based on GPS Data

Overlook Nature Trail (South) Map

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Tenkiller State Park: Multi-Use Trail - 1 mi (O&B) photo
Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail

For me, the highlight of the trail is the loop at the south end by Crappie Point. This is the most wooded part of the trail, and it had the best views of Tenkiller Ferry Lake.

Tenkiller State Park: Multi-Use Trail - 1 mi (O&B) photo
Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail

It is about 1.3 miles to walk the entire trail down to Crappie Point and back.

As usual, I have posted some of my photos and a gpx map made from my gps data.

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VITAL INFO

Trail Name and LocationMulti-Use Trail - Tenkiller State Park
County/StateSequoyah/Oklahoma
Date Hiked09-11-2010 (a.m.)
Weather/ConditionsLow 80's, humid, pretty good.
DirectionsThe trailhead is next to the Visitor Center.
Length1.3 miles (out and back) - paved
Loop?No
Difficulty

(1=Easy; 5=Most Difficult)

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ATT Cell Coverage?Yes
Official Info - Phone/Links(918) 489-5641
Website. Campground map.

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[Last revised: 2012-03-04]

One thought on “Tenkiller State Park: Multi-Use Trail – 1 mi (O&B)”

  1. I took my grandchildren to Tenkiller this past spring and we used this trail frequently. This is a great trail for kids as the ones who have their bicycles can ride along as long as the trail is not too crowded. The pond, nature center, and the bird feeding area is a nice detour.

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