Mayor Cornett leads the Peleton during the West River Trial Opening
Walkers, strollers and canines enjoy the City's trails system
Cyclists get ready for the inaugural ride along the West River Trail
A runner enjoys a lighthouse view on the Burt Cooper Trails
Residents enjoy the sunset views at Lake Hefner on the Burt Cooper Trails

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.

Please follow our safety and etiquette guidelines to help you enjoy your experience.

With the generosity of Better Streets, Safer City sales tax,  you are helping to resurface multiple trails around the city. Thank you for your patience while we make these much needed improvements. You will find detail on trail construction and upgrades listed below.

Note: The Hefner - Overholser Trail is closed for resurfacing until December 15.  

Note: Lake Overholser Trails is closed for resurfacing until August 9.

Note: The West River Trail is closed indefinitely from From Reno Ave trailhead south and east for 3.3 miles to Crystal Lake Park at SW 15th, west of MacArther.

High water in the West Canadian River this spring caused extensive erosion damage along the trail. The closure will be clearly marked with signs and barricades.

Note: The Oklahoma River Trail (South) will be closed from meridian Ave. to Portland Ave. starting Aug. 5th. This also includes the parking lot. The closure is expected to remain in effect for 30 days. 

Note: A portion of Lakeshore Drive along the westside of Hefner Golf Course will be closed due to construction. The closure does NOT effect Bert Cooper trail, but does impact the trail crossing near Lakeshore Park where the trail goes from the eastside of the street and crosses to the westside of the street. Click here for a Map of a detour. This closure will start on Aug. 13 and reopen around Nov. 21st. 

For trail closure questions please call 297-2945.