Top Adventures in Oklahoma City

  • Kayak at Lake Hefner

    Park at the OKCBF Sailing Center marked on the map. This is located on the southern shore of Lake Hefner. There are other boat ramps, but this one has a sandy beach that is nice to launch from. There is good fishing on all parts of the Lake. Full ...

  • Run along the Shore of Lake Hefner

    Lake Hefner lies in the northwestern corner of the city limits of Oklahoma City, in a suburban neighborhood. To reach the parking lot and trails, access Lakeshore Dr. from Wilshire Blvd. There will be a dirt road that heads down to the lake, provi...

    9.5 miles 25 ft gain

  • Kayak the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge

    The Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge is a nature and wildlife preserve on the west side of OKC that surrounds a section of the North Canadian River. The main put-in and take-out for kayaks is located on 39th and Lake Overholser Drive at the Route 66 bri...

  • Run through Bluff Creek Park in Oklahoma City

    Bluff Creek Park is just off Hefner Rd., to the north of Lake Hefner in northwest Oklahoma City. This park is free to access and park at, and contains a main path for jogging and walking only, as well as a network of trails for mountain biking.To ...

    1.7 miles 15 ft gain

  • Bike the Bluff Creek Trails

    Bluff Creek Park is a beautiful forested park hidden within the suburbs of Oklahoma City near Lake Hefner. The park contains 2 miles of wheel-chaiasphalt walking path that sweeps along the outside scenic edge of the park through trees and by pond...

    3 miles

  • Run from Fink Park to Hafer Park Loop

    Begin the loop at Fink Park, which is immediately off Highway 77 adjacent to the University of Central Oklahoma. There is room for only a dozen or so cars to park here, but the area is not usually that busy. It is free to park. You will see picnic...

    3.5 miles 50 ft gain

  • Paddle from Yukon to Lake Overholser

    Figure out how you're going to shuttle your car and kayak. The float begins in Yukon, which is on the west side of OKC. Drive to the center of Yukon and turn north on Piedmont Rd. (Hwy 4) Drive a few miles north to the N. Canadian bridge. Park on ...

  • Hike the California Road Nature Trail Loop

    Red Rock Canyon is approximately one hour west of Oklahoma City, the entrance is on the south side of the town of Hinton. You can easily drive past the entryway if you aren't looking for the turn off to Red Rock Canyon Road. The California Nature ...

    2.3 miles 262 ft gain

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