Hiking & Trails
Uncover breathtaking scenery without leaving the metro area. For the serious biker or runner, Oklahoma City has a network of 10 interconnected trails that lead to nearly every part of the city, a total of 90 miles of non-motorized trails. An interactive map is available at okc.gov to help you plan your outing.
Bluff Creek TrailBack to Top of List
Bluff Creek Trail
This park offers picnic pavilions, open field space for various sports, free parking and trail access with two different trail options; the 1-mile asphalt loop for running or walking only and the 3.5-mile network of dirt trails for off-road mountain biking. Visit this page for a guide to Bluff Creek via mountain bike.
Earlywine TrailBack to Top of List
The Earlywine trail runs east-west between S Santa Fe and I-35 on SW 104th, then turns south on Pennsylvania Ave to SW 119th, then turns west on SW 119 and terminates at Meridian Ave. The trail is 5.69 miles of on-street and shared-lanes. You'll see Earlywine Park, Earlywine Golf Course and South Lakes Park on this trail.
Hefner-Overholser TrailBack to Top of List
This trail runs from Britton Road at Lake Hefner Drive to NW 39th Street at Overholser Drive. The Hefner-Overholser trail is 7.8-miles long and connects to the Bert Cooper Trails, Overholser Trail, West River Trail (via Overholser Trail).
Lightning Creek TrailBack to Top of List
Lightning Creek Trail
Consisting largely of on-street bicycle lanes, the 6.6 miles trail runs from the Oklahoma River to I-240.
Oklahoma River TrailsBack to Top of List
Oklahoma River Trails
Two trails run from Meridian Avenue (north) and Portland Avenue (south) along Oklahoma River Corridor and the Boathouse District to I-35. This trail is 13 miles in total and connects to the Bricktown Trail (under I-40 Bridge at Chesapeake Boathouse), Katy Trail, West River Trail, Lightning Creek Trail and the South Grand Trail.
Overholser TrailBack to Top of List
With 3.2 miles in length, the Overholser Trail runs from NW 39th Street and Overholser Drive along the east side of Lake Overholser to Overholser Park at NW 10th Street. This trail connects to the Hefner-Overholser Trail/Hefner Trail (North) and West River Trail/Oklahoma River Trails (south).
South Grand TrailBack to Top of List
South Grand Trail
The South Grand Trail Runs from the south Oklahoma River Trail and follows south Grand Boulevard to SW 29th street. The trail crosses I-44 in Woodson Park and continues eastward on SW Grand Boulevard for several miles before crossing under I-35 and then turns north into Trosper Park at SW 29th. It continues north along E Grand Boulevard where it terminates near E Reno Ave.
West River TrailBack to Top of List
West River Trail
Connecting to the Oklahoma River Trails (east) and Overholser Trail (north), the 7.5-mile trail runs from NW 10th Street west of Council Road to SW 15th Street at Meridian Avenue.
Will Rogers TrailBack to Top of List
Will Rogers Trail
The Will Rogers trail runs between the south side of Lake Hefner and the north side of the Oklahoma River. With 9 miles of trails to explore, this trail is asphalt with a concrete barrier and connects to the Oklahoma River Trails and Lake Hefner Trails.