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Public Parks & Playgrounds

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Government Springs Park
5th & E. Oklahoma (between St. Mary’s Hospital and Garriott Road.)
Government Springs was Enid’s first public park. The site was originally a watering hole on the Old Chisholm Cattle Trail. The park is built around a lake and includes the Dillingham Garden and the cattle drive silhouettes. Facilities include picnic pavilions, play ground equipment, performing arts pavilion and rest rooms. North of the hospital are tennis courts, lighted basketball courts, and a playground

Government Springs Park

Parks/Tennis and Soccer complexes

South of Government Springs Park on 8th is the South Government Springs Park. The sports complex includes two EJRT 80-yard football fields complete with lights, bleachers, and a concession building. Two softball complexes consist of lighted fields and concession buildings. Two tennis complexes are made up of four lighted courts at each location

South Government Springs Park

EJRT Football Fields, heading East turn South on 7th or 9th E Garriott

Tennis Complex

 

New 8 Court Tennis Complex at Crosslin Park

Enid Soccer Complex West Poplar off 1100 block N. Van Buren (just past overpass)

David Allen Memorial Ballpark
Located in downtown Enid,
David Allen Memorial Ballpark is the home to the Enid Pastimers, a semi-professional baseball club that is a member of the Red River League. The ballpark is a million dollar project that features a covered grandstand, mezzanine level, digital scoreboard and state-of-the-art sound and lighting. The park is also used for high school, college and American Legion baseball, state, regional and national tournaments, outdoor concerts and special events. Enid also has excellent softball fields and leagues.

David Allen Memorial Ballpark

Parks
Meadowlake Park
1200 block of W. Rupe Street.
Meadowlake Park is one of the largest of the City of Enid parks, with over an acre of things to see and do, including fishing. Meadowlake park is the location of: Kiwanis Children’s Park with children’s train rides and a Merry-Go-Round ride. Pacers Softball Park – Lighted softball park with bleachers and concession building. Lighted miniature golf course. Picnic pavilions with restrooms, play grounds, and big toys. Exercise trail with paved pathway. Lake with fishing allowed. Picnic pavilions, the largest with a restroom. Children’s play lot, lighted tennis courts, and a big toy. Horseshoe pitching area – 12 horseshoe pitching courses.
Kiwani train at Meadowlake park

miniature golf at Meadowlake park

walking track at Meadwowlake park

Adventure Quest (outdoor science park)
Adventure Quest, the outdoor science park, opens at noon during the week and at 10 am on Saturdays, weather permitting. (Adventure Quest hours will be extended between Memorial Day and Labor Day—
Twilight Time at Leonardo’s Adventure Quest (outdoor science park) south of warehouse at 201 E. Maple-
Memorial Day thru Labor Day
Tues, Thurs and Sat open for twilight time at 5-8 pm
admission is $2 for non-members
call 580-233-2787

Leonardo’s Adventure Quest Science Park

Skate Park
400 block of W. State Street
Skateboard facility completed in 2003. A 60’ x 90’ concrete slab, with a hip and deck, quarter pipe, hip and bank, kink rail, etc. Landscaped area with a shelter

Skate park

Crosslin Park
W. Purdue and W. Oxford just west of N. Van Buren.
Two lighted baseball complexes – north complex on W. Purdue and south complex on W. Oxford. Each complex has restrooms and concession buildings. Lake with fishing allowed. Frisbee or disc golf course. Picnic pavilions with play lots and restrooms.

Crosslin park

ABC (AMBUC) Park
600 Block of N. Jackson between W. Walnut and W. Oak.
Two lighted baseball parks with bleachers Restrooms Concession building Playground with big toy.
Volunteers showed up at ABC Park to install playground equipment that any child can enjoy — even a child in a wheelchair. Robert Faulk, AMBUCS project coordinator for the ABC Park renovation project, said the installation crowns phase one of the renovation project. Two more phases will follow. “It’s going to be the only playground designed for kids with disabilities in northwest Oklahoma,” Faulk said. Phase two and phase three will involve raising between $300,000 and $350,000 for additional playground equipment, Faulk said.

ABC Ambuc park

Champlin Park (see Champlin Park)
SW corner W Owen K Garriott and S Van Buren Playground equipment, picnic shelter, restroomsHoover Splash Pad, Hoover and Oklahoma (FREE)
lots of different water sprays coming out of the blue floor plus bucket dump
and cannon sprayer. 9am-8pm seven days a weekNew Splash Pad (that will replace Gore Park Splash Pad) being built at 740 N 10th – Opening to be announced
Glenwood Park
1800 E. Randolph
Shelter and playground equipment

Glenwood park

Lions Park
2200 W Maine
Baseball/softball field playground equipment

Lions park

Kellet Softball Park
2300 S Cleveland
Adult Softball field Lighted field concession building batting cages

Kellet ball park

Monsees Park
1700 W James
BMX bike course shelter playground equipment

Monsees park

Phillips Southern Heights Park
400 E Iowa
2 medium shelters playground equipment

Phillips Southern Heights park

Splash Zone Water Park
1122 Trails West
Swimming pool, slides, lazy river and wading pool

Splash Zone

Lahoma Courts Park
East end B. C. and D Court
ball fields with 3 backstops

Lahoma Courts park

The Enid Woodring Wall of Honor & Veterans Park
Enid Woodring Municipal Airport E of Enid

Woodring Air Park

Neighborhood Parks
Frisco Park
800 N Grand
Neighborhood park playground equipment

Frisco Park

Hoover Park
3000 W Oklahoma
Neighborhood park playground equipment

Hoover park

LaMesa Park
4200 Prospect
Neighborhood park basketball court playground equipment

LaMesa Park

Meadows Park
2700 Indian Dr
Neighborhood park basketball court playground equipment

Meadows park

Hidden Park
400 W Mulberry
access thru alley. Neighborhood park with no street access

Hidden park

Sherwood Park
Sherwood Dr, corner N Cleveland and W Willow Neighborhood park with small shelter

Sherwood park

Bird Santuary, Garden, Fishing parks
Seneca Butterfly Garden
Corner Seneca and Sequoyah Dr
small neighborhood park with grass and trees

Seneca Butterfly Garden

Weldon Park (Bird Sanctuary)
S Lincoln at Mockingbird Lane
Grass, trees, park benches

Weldon park bird santuary

Oakwood Nature Park
(if you can find it and take a picture- please send it to us!!!!)
1/2 mile W of N. Oakwood on Purdue
Urban nature park
No photo availableMeadowlake Park
S VanBuren and Rupe
Grass, trees, park benches

Meadowlake park fishing

Government Springs Park
5th & E. Oklahoma (between St. Mary’s Hospital and Garriott Road.)
Government Springs was Enid’s first public park. The site was originally a watering hole on the Old Chisholm Cattle Trail. The park is built around a lake and includes the Dillingham Garden and the cattle drive silhouettes. Facilities include picnic pavilions, play ground equipment, performing arts pavilion and rest rooms. North of the hospital are tennis courts, lighted basketball courts, and a playground. (next two pictures) The sports complex includes two 80-yard football fields complete with lights, bleachers, and a concession building. Two softball complexes consist of lighted fields and concession buildings. Two tennis complexes are made up of four lighted courts at each location.

Government Springs Park

Waterworks Lake
1400 W Chestnut
Fishing lake with no park equipment

Waterworks lake


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