By Lynne M. Sullivan
This can be a consultant to adventurous goals in Oklahoma, supplying traditional trip info and in addition providing advice to the action-packed actions to be had.
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Either way, watch for deer, opossums, red-winged blackbirds, and woodpeckers. A multi-use trail winds along the north shore, parallel to Route 66 through Central and Edmond Parks, then crosses Spring Creek and heads south to the fee booth at Spring Creek Park. Mountain bikers and hikers share the trail that runs 7½ miles one way and varies from wide-and-easy to narrow-and-difficult. Get maps and trailhead directions at entrances to the parks, or % 405-396-8122. Admission is $6 per vehicle, but you pay only $1 per person if you walk or bike in.
The Myriad Convention Center, on Sheridan between Robinson and Gaylord, has an additional 200,000 square feet under construction, which will extend its total space to 1,200,000 square feet. The $47 million expansion is expected to open in the summer of 1999. New hotels planned near the center, such as Marriott Renaissance and Embassy Suites, will double the number of luxury accommodations in the downtown area. Even if you don’t like either history or architecture and you hate the idea of driving in downtown areas, try Myriad Gardens, % 405-297-3995.
The tea room is New England quaint and proper – cloth tablecloths, flavored teas, soup, sandwiches, and nice desserts. The mall itself houses dealers of antiques and gifts. Other individual shops are scattered around town, and the Convention and Visitors Bureau will send lists and information if you call them at % 800-225-5652. Twice a year, “An Affair of the Heart” arts and crafts show takes place at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds, Northwest 10th at May Avenue, % 800-755-5488. This three-day indoor event, usually in February and October, has more than 1,000 exhibitors offering every imaginable type of craft, antique, and collectable.
Adventure Guide to Oklahoma (Hunter Travel Guides) by Lynne M. Sullivan