Murrell Home Nature Trail

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Trail Distance: 0.5 miles
Time Estimate: 10 min +
Elevation Gain: foot
Leash Rule: On Leash
Difficulty: Easy
Parking: Free
Route Type: Loop
Restroom: Yes
Description

The Murrell Home Nature Trail is on the Hunter's Home Park property in Park Hills. This short walkway through wooded areas includes interpretive signs that describe landmarks related to the Cherokee Trail of Tears. The paved path offers a scenic place for you to wander with your pooch as it follows Park Hill Creek for a while before heading deeper into the forest. There's a public restroom and picnic area by the parking lots. You'll find a few rest stations on the way where you can take a break with your fur-baby.

You and Fido can visit this trail between dawn and dusk any day of the week. Take a leisurely stroll across the bridge. The road has an inner and outer loop for you to explore with your special pal. You'll encounter some thicket after you cross the creek. On the outer loop, you and your fur-baby can climb the hilltop forest and walk along the ridge.

Walkers, hikers, and joggers are welcome to use this trail for recreation. Be careful to observe pathway etiquette and keep to the right when others pass. If you overtake other parties, let them know you're approaching, and go to their left-hand side. The park allows you to bring your dog with you when you visit as long as they're on a leash. Always have bags with you to remove any messes that Spot makes.

If you're looking for a peaceful path where you and your pooch can take your time walking through the woods, the Murrell Home Nature Trail fits the bill. This pawesome little road includes footbridges and a fire pit area. Enjoy the serenity of flowing waters and listen for birds singing in the trees as you meander under the canopy. On the way, you can review the historical markers to learn about the trail's historical significance.

Trail Features
Forest, Steep Inclines, Easy Incline
Scenic
Cautions & Considerations
The Murrell Home Nature Trail is accessible for people with disabilities. This pathway winds through the woods and crosses a creek on the property. Although most of your trek is easy, there are a few sections of the hilltop forest that have a steep slope. Be prepared with tick and mosquito prevention when you come here.
Address
19479 E Murrel Rd
Park Hill, OK 74451
Hours
Mon 8:00 AM - Sunset
Tue 8:00 AM - Sunset
Wed 8:00 AM - Sunset
Thu 8:00 AM - Sunset
Fri 8:00 AM - Sunset
Sat 8:00 AM - Sunset
Sun 8:00 AM - Sunset
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Address
19479 E Murrel Rd
Park Hill, OK 74451
Hours
Mon 8:00 AM - Sunset
Tue 8:00 AM - Sunset
Wed 8:00 AM - Sunset
Thu 8:00 AM - Sunset
Fri 8:00 AM - Sunset
Sat 8:00 AM - Sunset
Sun 8:00 AM - Sunset