Our Recreation Division provides recreation and education programs at parks, athletic fields and community centers. Youth and adult fitness, afterschool programs, aquatics, senior activities and performing arts are a few of the diverse programs offered at our recreation facilities.
With an emphasis on beautification, the Horticulture and Gardens Division manages our specialty parks and grounds, including the Will Rogers Horticulture Gardens, the Bricktown Canal, the downtown Civic Center complex and Martin Park Nature Center.
Grounds Management mows and maintains more than 6,900 land acres throughout Oklahoma City, and plants hundreds of trees every year. It's also responsible for maintenance of along the Oklahoma River.
The Civic Center division manages the state's premier
performing arts facility, the Civic Center Music Hall. Since 1937, this
historic building has played host to countless events and performances from
around the globe. Currently, the Music Hall serves over 300,000 patrons
annually at its shows and special events. The division also manages events
at the Rose State Performing Arts Center in Midwest City.
The Civic Center division manages the state's premier performing arts facility, the Civic Center Music Hall. Since 1937, this historic building has played host to countless events and performances from around the globe. Currently, the Music Hall serves over 300,000 patrons annually at its shows and special events. The division also manages events at the Rose State Performing Arts Center in Midwest City.
Want to know more? Check out our new ACTIVITIES page for the latest in Parks events. For information about individual programs and activities, call 405 297-2211.
We are also happy to come speak at your event or community function (limited time slots available per month). For more about our speaker program, call 297-3882.
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: 405 239-6898
Adult Athletics: 405 669-8415
Youth Athletics: 405 232-1881
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
In 2012, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, in cooperation with the City's Parks and Recreation and Planning Departments, procured national consulting firm Wallace Roberts Todd to develop a long-term plan for the City's parks system. After a significant analysis including infrastructure needs, citizen survey, plus studies on economic and cultural development, the Community Foundation finalized a plan which they presented to City Council on Tuesday, January 21, 2014. The plan is now available for citizens to view online.
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.