This year’s OKC Marathon course is a sneak peek at next year’s 20th running of the Run to Remember.
Since 2001, the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon has been held to help remember those killed in the 1995 bombing as well as benefit the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.
The family-friendly event has activities by age group, including an egg hunt, a visit from the Easter Bunny and an officially timed 5K at Stars & Stripes Park.
Did you know that Oklahoma has more man-made lakes than any other state? It's one of those weird-but-true facts.
Have you seen this month’s “What to do in OKC” video from our colleagues at the OKC CVB?
Need a breath of fresh air? A walk to clear your head? A nice bike ride? Just want to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors? We don’t blame you. OKC’s so scenic and as the weather starts to warm up, this is the perfect time of year for a nice, long walk, run, bike ride, etc.
To help meet the needs of more people living in a growing urban environment, the City of Oklahoma City recently adopted bikewalkokc, OKC’s first comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian master plan.
If you're like me, you're a six-foot guy that likes local craft beer named Nate. But you are also in the habit of running and riding.