There also were boats to take people on tours of the canal and downtown area.
Walking along the path we found a magnolia tree beginning to bloom. We had only seen this once before, when we volunteered at Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas.
We passed water falls.
This is the Chickisaw monument. Oklahoma was once called Indian Territory because that is where the US government sent a number of tribes of Native Americans when white settlers wanted to move onto reservation land.
Perhaps the biggest surprise was the largest bronze monument we have ever seen--the Oklahoma Land Run monument. This team or horses doesn't seem to want to cross the water.
Obviously many other horses and wagons have already crossed.