Guide to Splash Pads, Pools & Lakes in the OKC Metro
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Looking for places to cool down this summer? We are pleased to provide our readers with a guide to water fun at popular splash pads, public pools and lakes around the metro—and beyond! Check out our readers' top 10 best place for water fun, our guide to swimming lessons in the metro.
Today’s forecast not looking favorable for fun in the sun or want to skip the sunscreen entirely? Check our list of indoor pools so you can enjoy water fun no matter the weather.
[Editor's Note: This is a working list last updated March 6, 2018, so please check back often for additions and updates. Know of a great place that is not included here? Send us an email and we'll include it!]
Local Splash Pads and Spray Parks: (Most are open from Memorial to Labor Day.)
NE 10th and Indian Meridian Avenue, Choctaw - 390-8200
Located at the eastern edge of Bouse Park, this FREE spray park has refilling water buckets, spray fountains and a water rainbow.
corner of Main Street and Gilbert, Choctaw
NOTE: As of 6/7/18, there is a note on the city's website that says this one is undergoing repairs. Features various fountains that spray from the ground and covered picnic tables.
Kelley & 1st St, Edmond
Features spray, dump and walk-thru fountains.
2101 NE 50th St, OKC - 424-3344
A natural splash space for children complete with a waterfall, Chilean flamingos frolicking nearby and a koi fish pond.
11501 N I-35 Service Road, OKC - 478-2140
The largest water activity structure in Oklahoma with over 198 ways to get wet, eight colorful slides, a 1,000 gallon tipping bucket, spacious lounging deck, changing facilities, showers and more.
301 W. Reno, OKC – 445-7080
Thunder Fountain near the Children’s Garden is a unique water structure that combines water play with sound and lighting effects. Seasonal Plaza next to the restaurant area features spray fountains and a reflection pools kids can splash in. NOTE: Disposable swim pants are required while in water areas. Water features’ season is May through September.
- Douglass Park, 901 Frederick Douglass Ave
- EB Jeffrey Park, 4432 NW 16
- Harvest Hills Park, 8235 NW 104th
- Lippert Park, 550 S Shartel Ave
- Macklanburg Park, 11700 N Stratford
- McCracken Park, 425 SE 64
- McKinley Park, 1300 N McKinley
- Melrose Park, NW 5th and Council
- Memorial Park, 3600 N Classen
- Minnis Lakeview Park, 12518 NE 36th
- North Highland Park, 301 NW 81st
- Reed Park, 1217 N May
- Schilling Park, 537 SE 25
- Sellers Park, SW 82nd and Villa
- Taylor Park, 1113 SW 70
- Youngs Park, SW 44 & Young
Open daily 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
2021 S Robinson, OKC
Pirate-themed FREE splash ground with views of the Oklahoma River and trails. Open daily 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
2201 S Midwest Blvd, Midwest City
Features spray jets, fountains and more. Open 10 a.m. - Dusk, Memorial Day - Labor Day
801 SW 10th St, Moore
Features slides, spray jets, dump buckets and more. Playground, shaded picnic tables and restrooms nearby.
Apple Valley Park Splash Pad - closed for reconstruction
4401 Melrose Dr, Moore
Features a splash pad, playground and restroom.
1308 N Janeway Ave, Moore
Features a jungle theme water play area, picnic tables, playground, restrooms and walking path.
Fairmoore Park Splash Pad - NEW in 2018
Features a rocket ship theme water play area, picnic tables, playground, restrooms and walking path.
1641 E Lindsey Ave, Norman – 366-5472
Features a water play area and shaded seating tables. No restrooms available on site.
201 W Daws, Norman – 366-5472
This FREE splash park offers sprinklers, buckets of water and a water rainbow.
2731 Winston Rd, The Village
Features a Love's dump bucket, spray fountains and more.
550 S Yukon Parkway
Features water cannons, buckets, ground geysers and more.
On the next page, find a comprehensive list of pools and lakes in the OKC metro.