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The long-awaited opening of Spring Creek Trail to the public is set for Thursday, November 23rd. At this time, users can only access the trail from Arcadia Lake’s Spring Creek Park located at 7200 East 15th Street.
“We are excited for this trail to open,” said Parks and Recreation Director Craig Dishman. “It has been a long process completing this trail, but we are positive that residents will enjoy walking, running and biking in a beautiful, secluded setting. We will have a formal dedication in Spring 2018.”
The 3.1 mile long pathway runs west from Spring Creek Park at Arcadia Lake to I-35. The eighteen foot wide trail has dedicated lanes for both cycling and running/walking.
To access the trail, residents can enter Spring Creek Park on 15th Street, but will not be charged a fee if only accessing the trail. Signage and flyers will direct users to parking and the trailhead.
In 2018, the trail will receive two new trailheads at Integris Medical Center and at Fox Lake Trail on the west side of I-35. The trail will also connect to the proposed future Arcadia Lake Trail that will loop around the lake. The eighteen mile long Arcadia Lake Trail will be privately funded and does not have a current timeline for construction.
The Spring Creek Trail was constructed at a cost of $3,225,500 with Rudy Construction as the contractor for the project. For more information on the City of Edmond’s trails, please visit http://edmondparks.com