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Hefner-Overholser Trail
City of Oklahoma City

The Hefner-Overholser Trail connects Lake Hefner and Lake Overholser. The north trailhead at Lake Hefner is located on the west side of Lake Hefner Road near Britton Road. The south trailhead at Lake Overholser is on the northeast side of the lake between County Line and Council.

Portions of this trail follow along the street on Wilshire Boulevard, and Council Road near Wiley Post Airport. The trail will roughly follow the water diversion canal between the two recreation areas.

map of Hefner-Overholser Trail

Length: 5.3 miles

Parking Areas: Parking areas are located on the east side of Lake Hefner near Britton and on the northeast side of Lake Overholser.

Surface Type: Asphalt

Attractions: The northern tip of the Hefner-Overholser Trail connects with the Lake Hefner Trails at Britton Road on the west side of Lake Hefner. There, visitors can enjoy fishing, sail boating, the Lake Hefner Golf Course, Stars and Stripes Park and the Lions' Children's Playground. On the east side of the trail, there are also several restaurants for visitors to enjoy. The northern portion of the trail connects with the Lake Hefner Trails, which circle the lake, providing ample room for runners, skaters and bicyclists.

Riding around Lake Overholser, you can stop and enjoy Overholser Park and Route 66 Park. Other activities in the area include fishing, tennis and canoeing or kayaking in the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge.