The trail begins at Deep Fork Creek, near I-44 and Grand Boulevard, and follows the roadway south along portions of an abandoned railroad. Those with an interest in trains can take a detour to visit the Oklahoma Railway Museum, situated in a former railroad depot at 3400 NE Grand Blvd.
Along the northern half of the trail, you won't be far from many of the city's most popular attractions: the Science Museum Oklahoma, the Oklahoma City Zoo and the Remington Park Racetrack. You will also pass Northeast Lake, a favorite spot for many types of birds.
At its southern end, two parks offer many recreational amenities. Washington Park has a playground, picnic shelter and athletic fields. Douglass Park provides a baseball field and basketball courts, as well as a golf course and sprayground.
Parking and Trail Access
Parking is available at the trail's southern end at Washington Park (400 N. High Avenue) and Douglass Park (900 Carverdale Drive).