Stillwater is served by a number of paved and unpaved bicycle and walking trails for non-motorized forms of transit. We are a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community (PDF) recognized by the League of American Bicyclists.
The Kameoka Trail
The Kameoka Trail Corridor, named in honor of Stillwater's sister city, includes a three-mile loop around Boomer Lake and several disconnected segments throughout the city.
North Kameoka Trail
Beginning at East Roger Street, the Northern portion of the Kameoka Trail connects Boomer Lake to the South. The sidewalks around Boomer Lake area ideal for walking, jogging, and bike rides. On the Southwest corner of Boomer Lake, the Kameoka Trail continues further to the South. It takes you by the Dam and Boomer Creek, ending near the intersection of W. Franklin Ln. and N. Husband St.
- Paved, two-way trail
South Kameoka Trail
The Southern portion of the Kameoka Train begins on the East side of Perkins Rd. around the bridge near E. Ninth Ave. It meanders through Hoyt Grove Park before reaching the southernmost tip of Couch Park on E. Alcott Ave. The shade trees along the trail through Hoyt Grove provides a peaceful setting for a walk, jog, or bicycle ride.
- Paved, gravel, & dirt trails
Lake McMurtry Trails
Lake McMurtry offers a range of outdoor activities, including several hiking and biking trails. The park is located approximately 10 miles Northwest of Stillwater, OK, and it is managed by Lake McMurtry Friends Inc.
- Fees apply: Daily user permit or annual membership is required.
Orange & Blue Trails (West Side)
The Orange and Blue trails are located on the West side of Lake McMurtry.
- Orange Trail: 10.1 miles of trails on the Northwest side of the lake.
- Blue Trail: 7.1 miles of trails on the Southwest side of the lake.
Red & Yellow Trails (East Side)
The Red and Yellow trails are located on the East side of Lake McMurtry.
- Red Trail: 7.6 miles of trails on the Southeast side of the lake.
- Yellow Trail: 6.2 miles of trails on the Northeast side of the lake.
For more information, visit the Lake McMurtry website.
Sanborn Lake Trail
The trail at Sanborn Lake is just shy of a mile in length, and makes a complete loop around the Lake. The dirt path weaves between a variety of shade trees and offers a quiet place for a relaxing walk.