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Ray Harrell Nature Park, Broken Arrow

(4.6/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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  • Grew up going to Ray Harrell nature park all the time with friends. Creepy, dark, and the smell of earth always permeates the park. Went back for a visit and walked it with my wife (her first time) we...  more »
  • Wooded trails, natural paths, play area and more! This is a must see before you leave BA. Pets are invited to run and play. The nature area is interactive and educational. This park is nestled in betw...  more »
  • I think this is one of those experiences where going the first time is amazing, however to go several times and expect something different would be a mistake. I love this place because it is so close ...  more »
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  • This is a great walking trail. There is a trail that goes along the outside and several that pass through the middle. Rather hilly, but I typically don't have a problem
  • tjis is where i proposed to my wife. we return here every anniversary with our kids to celebrate our family. very woodsy and secluded.lots 9d ealking paths.
  • Great place to visit and learn about nature. The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable. It's free to visit so it makes it a great place to bring the kids.
  • Nice shady park to go running. The hills add to the workout. The signs were off the markers so you had no idea if you were following the trail. Several times I just went in a circle.
  • They have awesome paths in the woods for bike riding or hiking. We plan on visiting more and taking advantage of the woods there- as it's difficulty to find nature in the city to this extent. :D