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Ray Harral Nature Park, Broken Arrow

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Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
Located in the beautiful 40-acre Ray Harral Nature Park. Come enjoy 3 miles of paved and gravel walking trails, two picnic shelters with tables, charbroilers, flowering garden areas, rough nature areas, a suspension walking bridge, and park benches. The new Ray Harral Nature Center opened in July 2009 and has many hands-on displays, live animals, a classroom, and a relaxing deck overlooking the woods.

Nature Center hours Tuesday - Saturday - 10a-7p

Park Hours dawn till dusk - 365 days a year
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  • Great park with lots of different trails. It also is staffed and has a wonderful little "museum" with restrooms. It's behind a school, so just drive back behind the school for parking.  more »
  • We love to walk there all year around, even in the heat of a day as there is so much shade. Several marked trails, lots of unique plant life, bridges, and some wild-life. Even an abandoned rusty...  more »
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  • Small network of trails. Overall trail system runs in a loop. Trails are well maintained and on average run across rolling terrain. There are a couple of pavilions with picnic tables on the trail system. We like to take lunch/dinner with us, eat, then hike a couple of miles (a couple of laps). There is also a small nature center onsite that the kids enjoy visiting.
  • We were meeting another couple to see if our dogs could get along. The Park was very nicely kept, very clean. The lawn was trimmed so that the grass wasn't too tall and the tree limbs weren't overtaking the walking trails yet they still provided plenty of shade and allowed a small breeze in. There were quite a bit more people than I expected for a Monday evening, but I guess that's good for the business. We enjoyed the time here greatly, and if I understood my furbaby correctly, she did as well!

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