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Water is the common theme of the 7.5 mile West River Trail in southwest Oklahoma City. The paved trail runs along the North Canadian River, connecting Lake Overholser to the south bank of the Oklahoma River. Kicking off at NW 10th Street, the route winds south along the waterway, dips under Interstate 40 and whips east, wrapping around Crystal Lake. It then crosses S MacArthur Boulevard before terminating at SW 15th Street and Meridian Avenue. The Oklahoma River Trail begins not far from this endpoint, and can be found a little further south along SW 15th Street
The West River Trail is an all-ages, year-round and multi-use pathway. It delivers scenic river views, as well as opportunities for bird- and wildlife-watching. The trail is moderately used and tends to be rather quiet. It is the first of three trails constructed through the MAPS 3 capital improvements program.
There is a parking lot south of Lake Overholser on NW 10th street just west of Council. Additional parking is on W. Reno just west of Council and at Crystal Lake (6625 SW 15th St) on SW 15th street west of MacArthur.
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