Situated on the Oklahoma River in midtown Oklahoma City, the Boathouse District is at the junction of the country – the convergence of I35 and I40 – making it effectively open to metro OKC inhabitants as well as guests to our city.
The Boathouse District was laid out in 2006 with the launch of the Chesapeake Boathouse. It has quickly developed to incorporate a column of famous boat storages along the waterway, the elite Chesapeake Finish Line Tower, and RIVERSPORT Adventure Park which offers invigorating outside exercises including RIVERSPORT Rapids, a $45m whitewater boating and kayaking focus.
Today, the Boathouse District is objective for competitors, metro region families and guests to Oklahoma City. Competitors anticipate paddling or rowing on the locale’s top notch 4000m race and instructional class, while families and guests can get on the water in a kayak or stand up paddle board, take a bicycle ride on siphon track, off-road bicycle abilities course and the 13+ miles of trails, or appreciate RIVERSPORT Adventures.
We likewise welcome you to partake in the craftsmanship and design of the Boathouse District. The Compass Rose mold by universally acclaimed craftsman Owen Morrell graces the entry to the Boathouse District, and everybody values the famous engineering of the designs along the stream, each planned by draftsman Rand Elliott, Elliott and Associates. Together, the design and physicality of the Boathouse District are becoming perceived as an elite objective by neighborhood and global guests the same.