The Mulligan Ride
October 6 & 7
Keystone State Park
Green Country Campground
In golfing terms a mulligan means to do over, try again. For Spring Fling of 2011 we planned to ride to Sapulpa on Saturday for lunch but road construction sprang up the week before our intended weekend and we were unable to use that route. We are going to try this again.
Join us for another camping/biking/eating weekend at Keystone State Park. Come camp with us on Friday, October 6 or arrive the next morning for a ride to Sapulpa. It’s almost 50 miles of scenic (hilly) Oklahoma back roads. The Sunday morning ride will take us to Sand Springs for a total of 25 miles round trip. Those wanting a longer ride can investigate the Tulsa trail system that has been newly upgraded.
How do you get there? From Oklahoma City, head north on I-44. Exit #196 at Bristow. Head north on Hwy 48 to Keystone State Park. At about 4 miles there is a sharp turn to the left to stay on Hwy 48. If you get to Heyburn Lake, you missed the turn. Go East on Hwy 51 through Mannford. Exit 151 North to Keystone Lake Dam. Watch for the Pier 51 Cafe sign on the right and Keystone State Park on the left. Turn left and then left again at the Green Country sign. Camp sites are $12 per tent. Pay at the visitor’s center that you passed on the way into the park.
Saturday and Sunday’s rides will start at 9:00 a.m. The world famous potluck dinner Saturday night will be at 6:00 p.m. Bring your own plates, silver ware and favorite beverage and a dish to share with the group.
For those averse to camping, there are cabins at Keystone Lake Park or lodging in the nearby town of Mannford.
If you have any questions, please contact Jim or Laurie Allshouse at 405-721-8317 or firstname.lastname@example.org