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The Spring Creek Trail provides a dose of natural beauty and tranquility just off the busy interstates that run through the suburban community of Edmond, Oklahoma. Currently stretching about 2.5 miles from end to end, local officials hope to one day connect this trail to a planned 18 mile loop around Arcadia Lake. For now, though, trail users can take advantage of the path as part of a trip to Spring Creek Park to enjoy fishing, picnicking, swimming, and other outdoor activities.
Starting in the east in Spring Creek Park (which may charge an admission fee), signs and flyers guide you to the start of the paved trail just off of Midwest Blvd. past the entrance booth. The trail winds to the west through a landscape thick with stubby trees, with lovely foliage in the fall season, following the course of its namesame creek. Emerging from the more natural landscape, the trail approaches the busy Interstate 35, where the trail comes to an end just past an underpass under the highway. The nearby hospital complex also constructed a trailhead that provides trail access and parking just off of Integris Parkway, following the highway frontage road a short distance south of the creek.
Parking is available at Spring Creek Park on the trail's eastern end (note that fees may apply). Additional parking is available at the parking lot next to the trailhead off of Integris Parkway.
To reach the eastern end of the trail in Spring Creek Park from Interstate 35, follow signs and take the exit for E 15th Street. Proceed east on E 15th St. for over a mile, and you will reach the park entrance. The trail entrance is off of N Midwest Blvd.
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