Guide to Metro Parks




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Time together outside has so many benefits for kids and adults alike and the Oklahoma City metro has plenty of parks for families to enjoy. Here is your guide to popular metro parks in cities across the OKC metro and a few hidden gems you might not have explored before.


Edmond Area


Most Popular

Mitch Park – 1501 W Covell Rd, Edmond

  • Features: two playgrounds, a disc golf course, two basketball courts, exercise station, volleyball court, skate park, amphitheater, athletic complex, restroom and walking trails.

E. C. Hafer Park – 1034 S Bryant St, Edmond

  • Features: three playgrounds, a volleyball court, exercise station, kids' fishing pond, stage, athletic complex, restroom and walking trails.

Chitwood Park – W First & Story St, Edmond

  • Features: a basketball court, playground (rocket ship), splash pad, walking trails, restroom and grills.

Hidden Gems

Bickham-Rudkin – E 33rd St & Rankin Terrace, Edmond

  • Features: a fishing pond, playground, dog park and restrooms.

Stephenson Park – S Litter Ave & E 4th St, Edmond

  • Features: a play ground, tennis courts, basketball court, restroom and grills.

Gossett Park – 717 N University Dr, Edmond

  • Features: playground, basketball court, picnic tables and grills.

Midwest City Area


Most Popular

Joe B. Barnes Regional Park – 8700 E Reno Ave, Midwest City

  • Features: playground, swimming pool, sports complexes, walking trails, picnic tables, restrooms and grills.

Kiwanis Park – 1101 S Midwest Blvd, Midwest City

  • Features: disc golf, playground with tot area, skate park, soccer field, walking trails, volleyball and grills.

Lions Park – 2201 S Midwest Blvd, Midwest City

  • Features: playground, splash pad, picnic tables, restroom and grills.

Hidden Gems

Optimist Park - 101 S Westminster Dr, Midwest City

  • Features: playground, picnic tables and grills

Tinker Bicentennial Park – 7200 SE 29th St, Midwest City

  • Features: playground, picnic tables, airplane static displays, welcome center and grills.

Mid –America Park – 4310 N Shadybrook, Midwest City

  • Features: playground, basketball goals and open space.

Moore  Area


Most Popular

Veterans Memorial Park – 1900 SE 4th St, Moore

  • Features: playground, picnic tables, restrooms, walking trail and Veteran’s Memorial Wall of Honor.

Central Park – 700 S Broadway Ave, Moore

  • Features: all-inclusive playground, recreation & aquatics center, amphitheater, picnic area, walking trails, ponds and restroom.

Parmele Park – 1308 N Janeway Ave, Moore

  • Features: playground, splash pad, restrooms, picnic tables and walking trail.

Hidden Gems

Little River Park – 700 block of SW 4th St, Moore

  • Features: playground, ponds, picnic tables, restrooms and walking trails

Kiwanis Park – 501 E Main St, Moore

  • Features:playground and walking trail.

Apple Valley Park – 4401 Melrose Dr, Moore

  • Features: playground, splash pad, restrooms and walking trail (coming soon).

Mustang Area


Most Popular

Wild Horse Park – 1201 N Mustang Rd, Mustang

  • Features: all-inclusive playground, nearby aquatic center, pond, pool, rock climbing, walking trails, restrooms, picnic tables, disc golf, baseball fields, volleyball court and grills.

Hidden Gems

Centennial Park – 1298 W Heidi Way, Mustang

  • Features: picnic tables, swings and walking trails.

Old City Park – 146 E Carson Lane, Mustang

  • Features: baseball fields, picnic tables and playground

The Meadows – 316 S Meadow Lane, Mustang

  • Features: basketball & tennis courts, picnic tables, playground, and open space perfect for flying a kite.

Norman Area


Most Popular

Andrews Park – 201 W Daws, Norman

  • Features: playground, splash pad, pavilion, walking trail, basketball court, seasonal restrooms, skate park and amphitheater

Reaves Park – 2501 Jenkins Ave, Norman

  • Features: playground, pavilion, walking trails, seasonal restrooms, sand volleyball and basketball court

Westwood Park – 2400 Westport Dr, Norman

  • Features: playground, tennis, 18-hole golf course, pool and restrooms

Hidden Gems

First Baptist Church – 211 W Comanche St, Norman

  • Features: multi-aged, shaded playground

Monroe Park – 1601 S McGee Dr, Norman

  • Features: shaded playground, sports fields and walking trail

Saxon Park – 2700 36th Ave SE, Norman

  • Features: cross country running course (2K & 1K loop), fitness trail with workout stations, open spaces, natural spaces to explore. (restrooms and playground in development)

William Morgan Park – 1701 Schooner Dr, Norman

  • Features: playground, fishing pond, basketball courts, open spaces and a nature park with bat houses.

Nichols Hills Area


Most Popular

Kite Park – Camden & Bedford, Nichols Hills

  • Features: playground, walking path and gazebo.

Davis Park – Avondale & Larchmont, Nichols Hills

  • Features playground, walking path and gazebo.

Oklahoma City Area


Most Popular

Myriad Gardens – 301 W Reno Ave, Oklahoma City

  • Features: interactive fountain, children’s garden and play area, conservatory, gardens, walking path, pond, arboretum and education programming.

Martin Park Nature Center – 5000 W Memorial Rd, Oklahoma City

  • Features: playground, nature trails, ADA access trail, nature center and education programming.

Earlywine – 3033 SW 119th St, Oklahoma City

  • Features: aquatic center, playground, open spaces, walking paths, tennis center, pavilions and golf course.

Will Rogers Park and Gardens – 3400 NW 36th St, Oklahoma City

  • Features: playground, disc golf, pavilions, tennis center, aquatic center, gardens and arboretum, education programming and, coming soon, Will Rogers Trail

Hidden Gems

William Freemont Harn Park – NE 16th St & N Stiles, Oklahoma City

  • Features: new playground, walking path, Rooster sculpture and tractor play feature.

Memorial Park – 3600 N Classen, Oklahoma City  

  • Features: walking paths, splash pad, playground, tennis courts, basketball court, soccer field, running track, lighting and renovated flower beds around historic fountain.

Perle Mesta Park -  1900 NW 25th St, Oklahoma City

  • Features: sand volleyball court, edible garden, gazebo, playground and neighborhood events.

Military Park – 1200 NW 25th St, Oklahoma City

  • Features: This park reflects the landscape forms of southeast Asia and includes a stage area for community events and places for gathering and reflection.

Piedmont Area


Most Popular

Piedmont Community Park – 130 Gooder Simpson Blvd (opening late summer or early fall of 2017)

  • Features: all-inclusive playground, splash pad, pavilion, restroom and walking trail

Yukon Area


Most Popular

Chisholm Trail – 500 W Vandament, Yukon

  • Features: playground, two gazebos, picnic tables, ponds, walking trails, restrooms and a lookout peak

City Park – 2200 S Holly Ave, Yukon

  • Features: playground, restrooms, walking trails, sport complexes, swimming pool, pond, picnic tables, horseshoe court and volleyball.

Freedom Trail Playground – 2101 S Holly Ave, Yukon

  • Features: all-inclusive playground, picnic tables, basketball court, pond and walking trails.

Hidden Gems

Welch Park – 615 Annawood, Yukon

  • Features: walking trail, pond and picnic tables

Bledsoe Park – 1 Ash, Yukon

  • Features: picnic tables and playground

Kimball Park – 525 S 7th St, Yukon

  • Features: picnic tables, playground, restrooms, basketball court, sports complexes, swimming pool and walking trails.

Looking for a park with a splash pad? Check out our guide to metro splash pads, pools and lakes.

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