- With more than 9 miles of trails covering 804 acres, the Mary K. Oxley Nature Center at Mohawk Park is one of Tulsa's treasures.
The gates open daily (except City holidays) at 8am, and close at 5pm, although the trails are open as early as 6am or as late as 9pm to hikers who park outside the gates.
Visitors may pick up maps and trail information at the Interpretive Building, open 10am - 4:30pm Mondays-Saturdays, and noon - 4:30pm on Sundays.
The Interpretive Building houses interactive, hands-on exhibits explaining the local natural history, as well as restrooms, drinking water, gift shop and classroom.
Pets and horses are not permitted.
Bicycles may be ridden only on pavement.
Most areas are accessible to strollers and wheelchairs.
The staff will be happy to help you plan your route.
The Nature Center also offers a wide variety of interpretive programs.
Details may be found in the free bimonthly Oxely Nature Center Newsletter.
Most programs have a nominal fee and require pre-registration. In general, programs are open to all ages, unless stated otherwise.
Children 12 and under must usually be accompanied by an adult.
For more information, call 669-6644 during the Interpretive Center's hours or request information by fax at anytime: 669-6653