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Park It at Martin Park Nature Center

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 12:00:00 am
Families at Martin Park Nature Center

You’ll want to give up your neighbor’s open wi-fi connection for this, nature fiend. We’ve written myriad times about the Myriad Botanical Gardens and the trail system around OKC. But this time, let’s consider learning a little about nature, Martin Park style. Martin Park sports 144 acres of woods and grasslands that are home to foxes, reptiles, birds, squirrels, butterflies, and even maybe deer, owls, armadillos and more, depending on the time of year and which species might be passing through. Yeah, it’s basically like Noah’s Ark up in there, but with a 2.5-mile walking trail that’s just waiting for you go get your feet wet in the wilds of nature, right in the middle of the city at 5000 W. Memorial Road. Only 400 shekels gets you in the door… Kidding! You can just walk on in.

More info: www.okc.gov/parks/martin_park

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