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Welcome to KeepMovingOKC – a wellness initiative of the Oklahoma City Community Foundation to encourage central Oklahoma individuals and families to participate in active lifestyles by connecting them with free or low-cost physical fitness opportunities. We invite you to explore this online calendar and find fun, engaging and low-cost ways to Keep Moving! Whether it’s walking, running, biking or Tai Chi (and more – so much more!), there are activities here to Keep YOU Moving! We will update our calendar daily, so visit us often! If you have an event to promote or suggestion for our website, please CONTACT US.

Oklahoma City ranks 97th out of 100 for meeting residents’ need for parks.

Oklahoma City spends less than half of our peer cities on park maintenance according to the Parks Master Plan. Oklahoma City also ranks 97th out of the 100 most populous U.S. cities for how well we meet residents’ need for parks. We fell 16 spots from 2018, where we were ranked 81st out of 100. When compared to other cities, we shine in the number of splashpads per 100,000 residents. But when it comes to ensuring that all Oklahoma City residents have access to green spaces, and that we are investing and maintaining them all, we fall incredibly short.

The Greater Oklahoma City Parks and Trails Foundation feels a critical responsibility to help improve the investment in the maintenance and operations of parks and trails for future generations. As a leading advocate for parks and trails, their mission will be dedicated to working with donors, community organizations and government agencies to enhance local park spaces and educating people on how they can get involved.

Public parkland should be preserved and maintained. All Oklahoma City residents regardless of where they live, have the right to safe, accessible parks. Access to free recreation will make our city healthy and vibrant for years to come. Citizens should be able to actively come together to improve their parks, and in turn their neighborhoods.



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