Top Spots to Watch the Race
Like no other in the world, as poignant and breathtaking as you’ll find.
As runners get settled in, anticipation is high. The race has not begun to string out yet, so the effect of seeing thousands of runners is stunning.
LINCOLN TERRACE / NICHOLS COURT PARK
NE 18th and Culbertson. Watch runners as they head northwest into Oklahoma City toward Route 66 through historic neighborhoods.
SPARROW PARK / EDGEMERE PARK
Robinson entrance from 36th. Watch runners as the road winds through historic neighborhoods with room to view from the east side of the park.
CROWN HEIGHTS / GORILLA HILL / IRISH ALLEY
38th and Shartel, just beyond the first Relay handoff and on to where the Half Marathon turns around at Bishop McGuinness High School. See wonderful neighborhoods and experience the incredible support and spirit as runners get settled.
THE VILLAGE / WAVERLY AVE
Between Wilshire and Britton. From here, runners are spread out and easy to view from this festive neighborhood atmosphere.
NICHOLS HILLS / GRAND BLVD
Park at Nichols Hills Plaza or at 63rd and Grand. You can easily proceed downtown to watch the finish.
Starting at Drakestone Ave. and Lakehurst Dr. The Marathon wound through this neighborhood for the first time in 2021 and spectator support was nothing short of amazing.
Between 63rd and 50th. This is a long stretch on Classen and includes the 20-Mile mark, which is an important point for runners to have support.
18TH AND CLASSEN
Historic Mesta Park greets spectators and runners and leads to one of the oldest, most scenic neighborhoods: Heritage Hills.
See the mass of people on the straightaway, finishing to the cheers of enthusiastic crowds. Then, head to the Finish Line Festival in Scissortail Park!