Myriad Botanical Gardens among top 10 public parks

Published Friday, February 22, 2019
by Chamber Staff

Parks may be meant for fun and games, but here in OKC we take how we craft and maintain our parks—how we craft and maintain our fun and games—very seriously. Whether it’s the current construction of the highly anticipated Scissortail Park, the beloved Myriad Botanical Gardens, or even the recently polished Kerr Park (we can see it from our building!), you don’t even need to be in OKC to see just how much we love our parks. In fact, recently the Minneapolis Star Tribune took notice of this when they named the Myriad Botanical Gardens one of the top 10 public parks to visit.

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