Welcome to the Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department. To better serve our residents, we've moved our "About" Section to a separate page and are using this page to inform you about our many upcoming programs and activities!
We've got everything you need to fill your summer days - from camps, to fishing programs, nature, aquatics and more.
Download your copy here!
Summer Day Camps! Our NEW Summer Day Camps have everything you need to make summertime fun.
For children ages 6-12, "Recreation Adventures" camp and sports specialty
camps offer quality programs and instructions at an affordable price.
Seven weekly sessions are available, and each session runs Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. - perfect for moms and dads who need to drop off their youngsters during the work day.
Download our Recreation Adventures Camp
registration packet here!
Download our Sports Specialty Camp Registration forms here:
Session 4: June 29-July 2 (Closed July 3) Dodgeball/Kickball
Session 5: July 6-10 Basketball
Session 6: July 13-17 Volleyball
Session 7: July 20-24 Cheer
Other camps include our Junior Master Gardener Camp, Martin Park Nature Center Mini-Camps, and our Aquatic Camps. See more on our Summer Camps page.
Family Aquatic Centers Now Open
Splash your way into summer fun with our family aquatic centers and 17 spraygrounds.
Aquatic Centers are now open at Earlywine Park and Will Rogers Park.
Got Questions? Call us one one of the numbers
below, or visit our CONTACT US page for a complete list of facility phone
Main Line (for general park inquiries): 405 297-3882
Recreation: 405 297-2211
Aquatics: 405 297-1424
Adult Athletics: 405 297-2211
Youth Athletics: 405 297-1423
Picnic and Event Center Rentals: 405 297-2756 Rental email here.
Civic Center Music Hall Box Office: 405 297-2264
Civic Center Music Hall Administrative Office: 405-297-2584
To report tall grass or a maintenance problem in a
park, call the City's Action Center at
Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Dept.
Douglas R. Kupper, CPRP, Director
420 W Main
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Ph. (405) 297-3882
Read more about Mr. Kupper
The Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department is committed to providing handicapped-accessible amenities at its facilities. In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"), the City of Oklahoma City will not discriminate
against qualified individuals on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities.