OKC Metro Splash Pad Guide

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SUMMER IS COMING!!! You may be rejoicing, or you may be slightly concerned about how to keep your kiddos occupied all the livelong day, BUT there is plenty to do in the metro area to stay cool! There will be days this summer that you don’t want to deal with the logistics of going to a pool, so we’ve compiled this list of free, public splash pads just for you! Pack some water bottles, slap on some sunscreen and a swimsuit, and you’re set for the splash pad! Return to an old favorite, or try out a new splash pad this summer – I promise, some of these are worth the drive!

Oklahoma City

This summer, all Oklahoma City splash pads will be open daily May 29-September 30, from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Douglass Park  901 N. Fredrick Douglass Ave.

EB Jeffrey Park  4432 NW 16th St.

Harvest Hills Park  8235 NW 104th St.

Lippert Park  5500 S. Shartel

Macklanburg Park  11700 N. Stratford

McCracken Park  425 SE 64th

McKinley Park  1300 North McKinley

Melrose Park  NW 5th & Council

Memorial Park  3600 North Classen

Minnis Lakeview Park  12518 NE 36th St.

Myriad Botanical Gardens Thunder Fountain 301 W. Reno Ave. *2021 Mom-Approved Award Winner!

North Highland Park  301 NW 81st St.

OKC Zoo 2000 Remington Place

Reed Park  1217 N May Ave

Schilling Park  537 SE 25th St.

Scissortail Park 300 SW 7th St.

Sellers Park  SW 82nd & Villa

Taylor Park  1130 SW 70th St.

Wiley Post Park  SW 17th & Robinson

Youngs Park  SW 44th & Young

Edmond

The City of Edmond splash pad opens Memorial Day Weekend and is open daily from dusk to dawn (Temporarily closed due to COVID-19).

Barnett Field Splash Pad Kelly Ave. North of Edmond Road

Choctaw

The City of Choctaw splash pads open Memorial Day weekend, and are open daily from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Alexis Clark Water Park 1333 N. Indian Meridian Road

Barrel Springs Splash Pad Corner of Main Street and Gilbert

Harrah

Harrah Heritage Park Splash Pad opens Memorial Day weekend, and is open daily through Labor Day from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Harrah Heritage Park 1374 Church Ave.

Midwest City

The City of Midwest City splash pad opens Memorial Day weekend, and is open daily from 10:00 a.m. – dusk.

Lions Park  2201 S. Midwest Boulevard

Moore

The City of Moore splash pads open Memorial Day weekend, and are open daily from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Apple Valley Park  4401 Melrose Dr.

Fairmoore Park 630 NW 5th St.

Little River Park 709 SW 10th St.

Parmele Park  1308 N. Janeway Ave.

Westmoore Trails Park 2206 Lonnie Lane

Norman 

City of Norman splash pads open Memorial Day weekend, and are open daily from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Andrews Park  201 W. Daws St.

Colonial Estates Park  1589-1631 E. Lindsey St.

Piedmont

Piedmont Community Park & Splash Pad 130 Gooder Simpson Blvd.

Yukon 

The City of Yukon splash pad opens Memorial Day weekend, and is open daily 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Sunrise Park  550 S. Yukon Parkway

Rumor has it that Yukon will be getting a new splash pad at Freedom Trail Park, so stay tuned for updates!

*As Memorial Day weekend approaches, we encourage you to check city websites to make sure the splash pad you’re planning a trip to is up and running before heading out the door!

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Stacy grew up in Minnesota, but spent the next several years of her life traversing the globe, temporarily setting down roots anywhere and everywhere. Stacy is extremely passionate about the world of adoption and foster care, having spent a year in Uganda adopting her oldest daughter in 2008. Stacy married her husband Jesse in 2011, and they moved to Oklahoma City to grow their family. After a brief hiatus in Minnesota, Stacy and her beloved family of five returned to Oklahoma City in June of 2017. They are thrilled to be back "home" where sweet tea flows like water and they can fully embrace saying "Y'all". Stacy obtained a Master’s degree in child psychology in 2007, but currently uses it only on her own children! A stay-at-home mama since Baby #3 was born, Stacy has stayed busy keeping her children alive and relatively entertained. She loves her little crazy crew fiercely and is enjoying returning to all of their favorite local haunts. When she’s not chasing her kiddos, Stacy is likely traveling or daydreaming about traveling. She also enjoys coffee shops, copious amounts of “cop drama” shows, and perusing pinterest for ideas that have little chance of ever getting done. But they’re good to have. Just in case.

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