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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 Oklahoma River Trail between Western and Walker will be closed for dredging until April 1. Trail users are able to detour through Wheeler Park. Click here for a detour map.

Note: The Hefner - Overholser Trail is closed for repair and resurfacing until Summer of 2020.  

Note: The West River Trail experienced significant erosion during Spring 2019 storms, and a portion of the trail has been closed between the Reno Avenue parking lot and the Council Road bridge. The closure is clearly marked on the trail. Please be respectful of the trail closure barriers while we work with engineers to determine a resolution for trail repairs. We are expecting to receive trail repair options by the end of December. As decisions are made for trail repairs, we will update this site. Click here for a detour map, which shows an on-street alternate route to navigate around the closure. Thank you for your patience.

Note:  The South Oklahoma River Trail is scheduled for resurfacing starting in February 2020.  This project is anticipated to be completed in Fall of 2020.

For trail closure questions please call (405) 297-2945.  

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