City Parks and Playgrounds in Claremore, Oklahoma

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City Parks and Playgrounds in Claremore, Oklahoma

Where are the parks and playgrounds in Claremore, Oklahoma? Did you know the City of ClaremoreCity of Claremore features more than 15 city parks available for public use? There is something for everyone in our grand city. Several of the city parks are reservation only such as the beautiful Happy Lake area. Several of the parks are designated for a specific use such as for Soccer, Baseball, Softball, and more recently our very own skate park. However with all these great parks, where are the public playgrounds? Below is a list of Claremore parks that include playground equipment for the kids!

Dogwood Park
- This beautiful 4 acre park is hidden behind the VFW building on Dupont Street. Built in 1973, it is a beautifully shaded park with a playground and basketball court.
EVOS type playground
Lion's Kiddie Park - This handicap accessible park was established in 1950. Located on the corner of Seminole and 7th street, this park features large mature trees and also a pleasant surprise. The modern looking EVOS playground equipment is the only one of this type in the state of Oklahoma. A popular park there seems to always be someone enjoying it.

Loshbaugh Kiddie Park - Located on Cherokee & 15th street, this park also features new playground equipment installed in 2008. Located in a quiet neighborhood, this park is also a local favorite.

Pecan Park - This 20 acre park is one of the larger in Claremore located on Blue Starr Drive. While it's primary purpose are the five softball fields, there is a newer playground located in the spectator area. There always seems to be some sort of activity in this park for everyone.

Powers Park - Another larger Claremore parks at 35 ares, this comples features mostly baseball fields and tennis courts. Included for the kids and usually accessible is the updated playground area in the spectator areas. Powers Park is located on North Sioux street.

Rebud Park - Another of Claremore's secret parks is this small 2 acre park located on Muskogee and Jordan street. There is a wooded creek area to explore and a small set of swings available.

Walnut Park- The largest of Claremore's city parks at 40 acres, this park was established in 1987 as the Softball complex. Located on Jay Street, there is lots of room for kids to explore, run and play on the playground equipment.

Will Rogers Park - One of the most popular and easily accessible parks. Established in 1954, this beautiful park features updated playground equipment, lots of mature trees, and interesting rock structures. Will Rogers Park is located on Camden Drive just below the Rogers State University.
Claremore Lake Playground
Claremore City Lake- Naturally the largest of the area park facilities at over 1200 acres was established in 1929 and the star of the Claremore area. There are two playground areas with modern equipment and always a little one to enjoy them.

When my family first moved to Claremore, we went on the search for kid friendly playgrounds in the area. There wasn't a list such as this available at the time so I felt the need to provide an easily accessible list for families to locate places to play. Remember as always...What Matters to YOU, Matters to ME!

Comments (1)

Tracy Lee Parker

I'm an Okie, but I never heard of Happy Lake!

Apr 02, 2011 06:27 AM