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Oklahoma City’s Katy Trail begins at Deep Fork Creek, near Interstate 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 Boulevard.
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 Remington Park race track and casino, and the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden. 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 is available at the Katy Trail's southern end at Washington Park (400 N. High Avenue) and Douglass Park (900 Carverdale Drive).
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