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Oklahoma River Trails
City of Oklahoma City

The Oklahoma River Trails contain 13 miles of multiuse, asphalt trails, which are located on the north and south banks of the river.  The trails are level with little change in grade. 

CONSTRUCTION ALERT: All Oklahoma River Trails are open with the exception of the north trail along the Boathouse District area. At that point, the north trail is closed east of Lincoln Avenue.

A summary of rules governing the trails and the Oklahoma River is here.

Download a detailed map of the Trails.

Perhaps the best feature of the river's trail system is that it's free of motorized vehicle crossings.  Walkers, runners, rollerbladers, skateboarder, cyclists and those using disability mobility aids are welcome to use the trails.

The north trail is six miles in length.  Visitors can access the north side of the Oklahoma River trails from the following parking areas:

The south trail is seven miles long. Parking lots on the south side are located at:

Trails allowing people to cross the river from north to south are currently not in place.  Connections will be constructed when funds become available.

Vehicles including go-carts, motorcycles, scooters and four-wheelers are not allowed on the trails. Disability mobility aids are allowed. Pets must be leashed. 

Length: 13 miles

Parking Areas: Parking areas are located at Wiley Post Park, Wheeler Park and River Park. Additional parking areas will be added.

Surface Type: Asphalt

Future plans are to connect the trail with the east portion of the South Grand Trail and the Tinker-Draper Trail.