Osage Trail at Camp McClintock
The Osage Trail was registered in 1999 with BSA as an historic trail. The Trail is only the second such historic trail to be recognized in the state of Oklahoma. The trail is from Camp McClintock to Osage Hills State Park, a distance of 3 1/2 miles. It follows the actual Trail of Tears taken by the Osage Indians when they moved from the Bartlesville area to the Pawhuska area over 125 years ago.
This is a very nice trail for the young or the young at heart. There are beautiful views of Sand Creek and of the Osage Hills. On and around the trail, there are many examples of native plants. We have occasionally seen deer, wild turkey, armadillos, Eagles, Hawks, and many other native birds and animals. Those who have hiked the trail have the opportunity to purchase the competitive patch shown above.
Osage Trail Map