A new attraction is getting ready to open in Downtown Oklahoma City that will further emphasize the beauty of the Oklahoma River and the Bricktown Canal. The new Bricktown Landing is set to open its pathways to locals and tourists next week. It is a land connection that channels the Oklahoma River and the Bricktown Canal and is designed to give people more opportunities to partake in recreational activities, such as walking and cycling, along the river and canal. It will also serve as a boating link between the two bodies of water.
The new development is going to be ideal for tourists who are staying in nearby hotels and athletes who joining water competitions in the city. Since it connects the canal and the river, they can simply walk wherever they need to go.
Aside from its tourist appeal, the Bricktown Landing is also great for local commuters to Bricktown. Instead of driving temselves and dealing with traffic and parking, people can simply walk under Interstate 44 to the landing and board a water taxi to Bricktown.
The launch of the Bricktown Landing will be held on October 1 at 3:30 in the afternoon. Speakers at the ceremony will include Mayor Mick Cornett, Councilman John Pettis, Ron Norick, Mike Knopp, and Avis Scaramucci. The event will be held at the south end of the Bricktown Canal.
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