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Scissortail Park Treat Trail

Presented by Scissortail Park at Scissortail Park, Oklahoma City OK

Oct 31 2020
Scissortail Park Treat Trail

Join Scissortail Park for a safe, outdoor, limited-access, socially-distanced Treat Trail ‪on Saturday, October 31 from 11am – 4pm‬ (or while supplies last) at the Scissortail Park playground.

Entry for each participating child is $5 or FREE for Scissortail Park Members.

To become a Scissortail Park Member, purchase online at https://scissortailpark.org/become-a-member or purchase on-site at the Scissortail Treat Trail.

New members receive a Kristopher Kanaly tote bag and poster, and a one-of-a kind, faux mini-pumpkin art piece designed and hand-painted by the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition – OVAC to enhance your fall décor for years to come.

Entry fee includes a Treat Trail bag to

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ADMISSION INFO

Entry for each participating child is $5 or FREE for Scissortail Park Members.

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LOCATION

Scissortail Park

300 SW 7th St,, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK 73109

Full map and directions

PARKING INFO

On-Street or Metered Parking
Available along S. Hudson, OKC Boulevard, and S. Robinson adjacent to Scissortail Park. Metered spaces have a 2-hour max limit. Visit ParkingOKC.com for rates and hours of enforcement.
Parking Garages
Four are nearby at $2/hr. or $10/day:

 

Cox Convention Center Garage – .5 miles or catch the OKC Streetcar at the Arena stop on Reno
Ave. by the Cox Convention Center and the Chesapeake Arena and ride to the next stop, the Scissortail Park stop.
Sheridan/Walker Parking Garage – .5 miles
Arts District Garage – .5 miles
Century Center Garage – .6 miles or catch the OKC Streetcar at the Century Center stop on Sheridan Ave.
by the Cox Convention Center and ride through Bricktown, getting off at the Scissortail Park stop.

EMBARK provides fixed-route public bus service seven days a week in Oklahoma City, service Monday-Friday in Midwest City, and express bus service to Norman. Late-night service is offered 7 p.m.-midnight weekdays on certain routes. Visitors can ride to most of our popular attractions, including Chesapeake Arena, Bricktown, Stockyards City, the Fairgrounds, Paseo Arts District and Remington Park/Adventure District. Oklahoma City bus routes radiate from the Downtown Transit Center (420 NW 5th St.), which has a comfortable, climate-controlled waiting area, vending machines, restrooms and a covered boarding area. Schedules and trip planning assistance are available at the Transit Center and online at embarkok.com.

Circ is a quick and convenient way to get around Downtown Oklahoma City and Bricktown. Service runs every 30 minutes from 6 am-midnight, Monday-Saturday. An EMBARK transit service. 405-235-7433, embarkok.com

The Oklahoma City Streetcar provides convenient access to Oklahoma City’s downtown districts. There are two Loops – the Downtown Loop, operating every day, and the Bricktown Loop, operating Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Service operates approximately every 15 minutes Monday-Thursday, 6am-midnight; Fridays, 6am-2am; Saturdays, 7am-2am; and Sundays, 7am-10pm. okcstreetcar.com
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AGE FILTERS

Age/Demographic Filters: Family-Friendly, Kids (3 - 7yo), Youth (8-12yo)

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