Ready for outdoor fun? Then lace up your sneakers or hop on your bike and enjoy the more than 80 miles of the City's multi-use trails.
The Oklahoma City trails system offers recreation and exercise fun along a network of 10 inter-connected trails that can take you to almost every point in the City. Click on our interactive map to see trail locations and distance.
Connects to: Hefner-Overholser Trail/Hefner Trail (North), West River Trail/Oklahoma River Trails (south).
Parts of the Overholser Trail will be closed between NW 39th and NW 10th streets beginning Sept. 1 for about eight months. This closure is also part of the same pipeline project affecting the West River Trail. Different sections of the trail will close or open during construction as the project progresses. Weather and other factors could affect the timeline. Trail users will be diverted to E Overholser Drive until the project is finished. Signs will alert trail users to the detours.
Runs from south Oklahoma River Trial (at I-44 east of Dell parking lot) and follows south Grand Boulevard to SW 29th street. Trail crosses I-44 in Woodson Park and continues eastward on SW Grand Boulevard for several miles before crossing under I-35 and then turns north into Trosper Park at SW 29th. It continues north along E Grand Boulevard where it terminates near E Reno Ave.
Runs between the Oklahoma River (at I-40/I-35 junction) and continues to the North side of Lake Stanley Draper.
Trail length: 8.5 miles.
Runs from NW 10th Street west of Council Road to SW 15th Street at Meridian Avenue.
Trail length: 7.5 miles
Amenities and Parking: Overholser Park, Crystal Lake
Connects to: Oklahoma River Trails (east), Overholser Trail (north).
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The West River Trail is closed between NW 10th Street and Reno Avenue while crews install a water pipeline nearby. The trail should be re-opened in late October, although weather and other factors could affect the timeline. During construction, the trailhead at Reno will remain open. Cyclists may consider using NW 10th and Reno to access Council Road as a detour around the closed section of the trail. Click here for a map. Signs will alert trail users to the closures. The pipeline is part of a larger infrastructure improvement project that will connect the water treatment plants at Lake Hefner and Lake Stanley Draper, allowing each plant to serve as a backup to the other if one is temporarily taken offline. While the trail is closed, crews will also repair a sinkhole on the trail caused by a storm sewer collapse just south of NW 10th Street.
Runs between the south side of Lake Hefner and the north side of the Oklahoma River.
Trail length: 9 miles
Amenities: Shelters, bicycle racks, partially lit with LED solar-powered lights.
The trail is asphalt with a concrete barrier.
Parking: New lot at Will Rogers Park, and one lot along May Avenue on the north side of the Oklahoma River.
Connects to: Oklahoma River Trails, Lake Hefner Trails.