Map of the Osage Prairie Trail and Osage Trail


Osage Prairie Trail and Osage Trail

Osage Prairie Trail, Oklahoma map area

Osage Prairie Trail


15 miles






rail trail, farmland, rural communities, local parks, residential neighborhoods


Katy Trail



The Osage Trail / Osage Prairie Trail is a 15-mile long paved trail in the north of the city. The trail extends from a point just north of Interstate 244 to the community of Skiatook. The trail was built along the abandoned railroad bed of the Midland Valley Railroad and has gentle grades, few turns and relatively few street crossings. The route takes you through the residential neighborhoods in the northern portion of the city and across natural areas with winding creeks and forested areas. You will also pass by small farms and through the communities of Sperry and Skiatook.

The south end of the Osage Trail is located north of the parking area for Oklahoma State University - Tulsa, just east of N. Greenwood Avenue. The trail passes Greenwood Playground and Crawford Park then goes under the Gilcrease Expressway. The trail then goes by Hawthorne Park and Hawthorne Elementary School. Farther north the trail goes by Tulsa Tech - Peoria Campus and crosses Flat Rock Creek on the old railroad bridge.

North of Tulsa, the Osage Prairie Trail goes past open farmland, and through pretty natural areas with winding creeks, lots of trees and local wildlife. As the trail goes through the small community of Sperry you will pass right by the charming downtown area.

The north end of the Osage Prairie Trail is located at W. Rogers Boulevard and S. Locust Street in the community of Skiatook. There is a nice park at this location with walking paths, parking, a pond, a playground, restrooms and drinking fountain. Skiatook is located just east of the Osage Reservation on Highway 20.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more the Osage Trail and the Osage Prairie Trail in Tulsa, Oklahoma.