YOUR PARKS

OUR PASSION

 

HELPFUL LINKS

 

City Parks Map

 

City Lakes Maps

 

Parks Directory
 

Parks And Recreation Projects

 

State Parks and Recreation Website

 

 

 

CENTRAL PARK Playground

 

 

CENTRAL PARK Splashpad

 

WALKER PARK Playground

 

SOUTHWEST PARK RENDERING

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2014 Softball League Sign-Up Information

2014 Women's Softball League Sign-Up Information

2014 Spring/Summer Brochure

 

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ARDMORE COMMUNITY WATER PARK

CLOSED FOR 2013 SEASON!

The City of Ardmore is a Certified Healthy Community.

We encourage our citizens to GET OUT & GET FIT!

 

For more information, please call

580-223-4844

 

Ardmore, Oklahoma has long been the focal point for outdoor fun in south central Oklahoma. Located on Interstate 35 between the Arbuckle Mountains and the Red River Valley, Ardmore offers recreation opportunities for everyone.

The Ardmore Parks and Recreation Department is committed to providing clean and safe parks, as well as offering quality recreation programs to everyone in the Ardmore area.

The parks are easily accessible from any location in the community. The unique mixture of traditional neighborhood parks, city operated lakes and recreational sports facilities allow for both passive and active participation in the parks system.

Ardmore's neighborhood parks are busy with activity throughout the entire year. Permanent walking paths are available that provide for easy walking regardless of the weather.

A variety of beautiful shade trees give park patrons a "cool spot” to sit and relax. Attractive and safe playgrounds throughout the parks provide fun for all children. Pavilions of various sizes are also available.

The Ardmore Park and Recreation Department also includes four city operated lakes. The lakes are Mountain Lake (255 acres), City Lake (160 acres), Lake Jean Neustadt (462 acres), and Lake Scott King (251 acres). Each of these lakes offers a quality fishing experience for adults and children. Boat ramps and wheelchair accessible fishing piers make fishing in Ardmore Lakes easy. The lakes are open from sunrise until dusk each day.

The Parks and Recreation Department has first class outdoor facilities for people to play golf, soccer, baseball, softball, tennis, disk golf, and horseshoes. These facilities provide quality venues for both state and regional tournament play.

For more information call the Ardmore Parks and Recreation Department Office at (580) 223-4844.