The Oklahoma River Trails provide a smooth, level pathway through downtown Oklahoma City free of motorized vehicle crossings. The tree-lined trail follows the north and south banks of its namesake, offering scenic views of the waterway, parks and wetland areas. A highlight of the route is the Oklahoma National Stockyards, founded in 1910 and, at one time, the nation's top cattle market.
Parking and Trail Access
Visitors can access the north side of the Oklahoma River Trails from the following parking areas:
- Regatta Park, off Byers Avenue, just west of the Byers Avenue Bridge
- SW 15th, between Walker and Robinson
- Wheeler Park, SW 9th and Shartel
Visitors can access the south side of the Oklahoma River Trails from the following parking areas:
- SW 15th and Meridian
- River Park, SW 8th and Agnew
- Wiley Post Park, SW 17th and Robinson
- SW 15, just east of Portland
OkCity Trails are Muchly OK...
We rode this / these 'River Trails' in early June, 2013. this was an excellent early morning ride for us. Not much shade, but good markings, good scenery, good surface, generally a good experience, except, maybe the noise of the freeway while on the 'north-side'. ...
I found this trail was very well taking care and well laid out. The only thing I didn't like was that the wind was blowing at about 10-15 MPH and I got some unpleasent smells along the way.