Bartlesville Trails at Lake Hudson,
Bartlesville, OK 74003
The Bartlesville Trails at Hudson Lake are single track mountain bike trails built by volunteers. The project was started in the spring of 2022. Hudson Lake is located five miles northwest of Bartlesville and is approximately 250-acres with eight miles of shoreline. It is one of the City of Bartlesville’s water sources so it is owned by the city along with some of the acreage surrounding the lake. There are no fees for parking or using the trails.
The long term goal of the Bartlesville Trails project is to have trails built around the entire lake, this is an ongoing project. Upon completion, there could potentially be 12-15 miles of trails. The trails are being built in various phases. The Bartlesville Trails are for mountain biking, hiking and trail running only. Motorized vehicles and horses are not allowed.
Upon entering Hudson Lake (road 3101), at the Y intersection take the road to the right and go up the hill. The trailhead is located near the archery range. In addition, the trailhead can be found using both Google Maps and Apple Maps.
The first phase was completed in early fall 2022 and is primarily considered an easy trail per mountain bike rating standards but does have some portions that are considered more difficult. All ages can ride the trails in this phase. It is also an easy hike for all ages.
The second phase was started in the fall of 2022 and is the hilly portion of the project. It would be considered more difficult per the mountain bike rating standard.
Hours for Hudson Lake are 6 am to 11 pm. For safety reasons the advised bike trail hours are dawn to dusk.