Redbud Valley

Redbud Valley, Catoosa: Hours, Address, Redbud Valley Reviews: 4.5/5

Redbud Valley
4.5
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
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jennyprovo
Saginaw, MI155 contributions
Great Hike
Feb 2020
The is a great place to get away from the city and explore nature. It was very busy as it was a nice spring day so be prepared to not be the only ones there.
Written March 4, 2020
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Hellobrownlow
Tulsa, OK51 contributions
Wonderful trails!
Jul 2019 • Family
We love hiking redbud valley! There are several ways to see the whole trail. Some areas have a wooden boardwalk and others are flat dirt. The most exciting is the boulder part. It is easy to walk through for most adults. Littles can have fun climbing up and over the large rocks.
While this trail is harder to do after it rains, when dry it is a very easy hike. One loop around is about .75 miles.
Written September 8, 2019
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DualSuper777
22 contributions
Best Scenic Hike Near Tulsa
Aug 2019 • Solo
This is the most scenic and beautiful spot in the Tulsa area. Would have given it a 5 out of 5 if the trail was longer. I believe it is about a mile or so. But in that short distance there is SO much diversity scenery wise. Cliffs, caves, lowland climate and prairies complete with a cactus here and there. This is a must do if hiking beautiful scenery is on the agenda.
Written August 28, 2019
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Richard P
Tulsa, OK39 contributions
Wilderness close to town
May 2019 • Family
Redbud Valley is a great place for a hike with the kids and not far from town. It is part of the Tulsa Park System with a well maintained trail - part of it goes high, part goes low - with Rocks to climb on for old and young. The museum is minimal but informative of the area. Good afternoon get-a-way.
Written July 13, 2019
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imac691
South Padre Island, TX5 contributions
Great Trails!!!
Mar 2019 • Family
We had the best time going along the bluff trail. It was beautiful. The scenery was amazing. Can't wait to visit again!
Written March 19, 2019
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MrsKidd594
Tulsa, OK17 contributions
Tons to explore
Apr 2018 • Couples
Redbud Valley is a tucked away, serene place to explore. There are hikes through woods, bluffs, and prairie. It usually takes us about an hour to hike all the way through, and we love the Bluff Trail.
Written September 9, 2018
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AlphaRam
Broken Arrow, OK2,991 contributions
Diverse Hike
May 2018 • Family
This is one of my favorite places to hike. Even though the hiking trail is about a mile, it is like you travel between several environments during the course of the hike. We have hiked Redbud as a tune-up for longer hikes in subsequent days. For those that visit, there is a small nature center that is usually staffed by volunteers. There are restrooms and a drinking fountain.
Written June 10, 2018
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texastam2015
Owasso, OK129 contributions
Not your usual Oklahoma!
May 2018 • Couples
This nature preserve is very unique and special. The altitude changes, foliage, and amazing geological features are a must-see. The hike isn't long, but it can be a challenge for those with knee or balance issues. I wouldn't bring small children, as there would be a great risk of them falling, and they would probably be bored. Some of the steps are big for me, and I have long legs. Wear sturdy shoes or boots, and pay attention to each step. There is a natural spring which feeds into a pond. It's very lush and green during the spring. It's closed Mondays and Tuesdays. You can't bring dogs, food, bikes. You must stay on the trails (hence the title "Preserve"). There are fossils in the limestone, as well as caves (you can't go into them). Since it is surrounded by heavy industry, you can hear those sounds, as well as trains in the distance, but it doesn't really subtract from the serenity of the place. We went during the week and there was only 1 other couple there.
Written May 3, 2018
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Walker M
Tulsa, OK105 contributions
Exploring Redbud Valley
Dec 2017 • Family
This was my first time to hike these trail. The trail splits and you can take the Bluff Trail or the Woodland trails. The bluff trails take you up e along a narrow and ledge of rocks that has small little holes and a couple of good size ones. My grandson thought they were caves but I don't think it technically qualifies as that. If you have difficulty going up and down stairs or has equilibrium problems this trail is not for you. It is beautiful trail I will hike again.
Written December 2, 2017
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Gabriel F
Tulsa, OK9 contributions
Great Hiking
Jan 2017 • Family
There are some great hiking trails along cool rock formations. If you like hiking and are in the Tulsa area this is a must.
Written January 30, 2017
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