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COVID-19 (new coronavirus) and phone malfunctions: There is a Shelter in Place order in Oklahoma City until April 30 as the pandemic continues. Visit covid19.okc.gov for updates and details. Also, an unrelated vendor issue is preventing us from receiving many inbound phone calls, and you may be getting a busy signal. The vendor is working to fix the problem, and we're sorry for the frustration.

For the safety of all trail users, please abide by the following:

  • Multi-use trails are for pedestrian and bicycle traffic only, as well as skate boarding and mobility assistance devices. Horses and unauthorized motorized vehicles are strictly prohibited. 
  • Dogs must be leashed at all times. Dogs roaming on trails can present a hazard to other users.
  • Helmets and other protective equipment are recommended at all times.
  • Please be courteous to all other trail users.
  • Keep to the right of the path except when passing.
  • Use a bell or say "to the left" to warn others when you are passing.
  • Slow down when approaching other trail users or street crossings.
  • To prevent injury to yourself and damage to natural resources, please stay on the designated trails.
  • No firearms except as permitted by law.
  • Smoking and lighted tobacco use is prohibited in all City parks and along trails.
  • Fires are prohibited.
  • Please leave plants and animals undisturbed.
  • Please pick up after your dogs. Dog waste stations are available at Bluff Creek Park.
  • Do not litter. Help keep our trails clean.
  • Glass bottles and containers are prohibited.
  • Be aware of trail conditions and proceed with care when conditions are poor, such as wet, snowy, icy or strong winds.
  • Please do not leave ruts in trails.
  • Do not block trail. Groups need to move to the right or form a single line.
  • Please use proper lights on bicycles front and rear, and/or light-colored clothing at night.
  • Do not use trails while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • No unauthorized motor vehicles allowed on the trails.
  • Trail users are responsible for knowing and following trail guidelines. Parents, please educate your children on these guidelines.