Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Trails
Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge lies at the upper Washita arm of Lake Texoma and is managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. There are three trails in the refuge from .17 miles to 25 miles, thru native forest, prairie and grasslands, winding by Dick’s pond and the Cumberland Pool.
Craven Nature Trail
asphalt surface | .82 Miles | Moderate Grade | Cross Slogs 2.4 | Boardwalk along Dick’s Pond
Located in the Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge, this is a great trail for bird watching, photography. Plenty of wildlife, natural woods and wetlands. Half is wheelchair accessible
Oklahoma Legacy Arboretum Trail
concrete surface | .17 Miles | Gentle Grade | Cross Slope .9 | natural environment
Winding thru the butterfly and hummingbird gardens, pass by the Chinkapin birding wall, and down to the Cumberland Overlook. Beautiful murals depicting wildlife scenes are displayed at the John Bruno Memorial.
Sandy Creek Trail
25 miles | fishing | dense vegetation
Fishermen often use this trail to fish in the creek near the outlet to Cumberland Pool. Excellent birding opportunities, abundant wildlife