Sapulpa Park & Recreation

Sapulpa Parks & Recreation
Pulling Together for a Healthier Community
“A strong park and recreation system is essential for a thriving community. When citizens get involved with their park and recreation systems, their quality of life improves. Our investment in parks and recreation programs and facilities should reflect their importance to our communities. Our health, our community, our economy and our environment all benefit from investments in parks and recreation opportunities, enriching our human and natural resources.”
                                                                             - National Recreation & Park Association
Movies in the Park
Our 2018 Movies in the Park series has just released its movie schedule! Great new changes are coming this season, as we will feature (5) movies in the Spring, and (5) movies in the Fall!  

Our first movie feature is Wonder Woman, showing March 24th! Click here to see our entire 2018 schedule! We look forward to seeing you at Kelly Lane Park!
Wiggly Field Dog Park
Wiggly Field Dog Park is now open! Located at Kelly Lane Park, the newest addition allows your fury friends to enjoy the park, unleashed in two fenced in areas! The new Dog Park includes a covered pavilion for seating as well as water stations for your pets! Open Sunday - Saturday 4:30am - 11:00pm.  Join us at the Park!

Click here for more details!

About Us

The City of Sapulpa’s Parks and Recreation Department is continually striving to keep pace with the challenge of growth and being asked to take on more responsibilities, continue to provide “quality” parks and recreation facilities and programs that meet the ever-changing leisure needs of the Sapulpa Community.

The Parks & Recreation Department currently has 21 parks and recreation facility areas under its jurisdiction. They include: parks, lakes, an aquatic center, splash pad, recreation center, senior citizen’s community center, playgrounds, sand volleyball, tennis and basketball courts, baseball and softball fields, campgrounds, etc. totaling 501 acres, which are in varying stages of development. City parks range in function and size from small, one-acre tot lots to a large youth sports complex. The Department also manages and maintains two City lakes with approximately 369 surface acres of water, which are utilized by the Community for outdoor boating, camping, fishing, and hunting activities.

“The Department strives to provide accessible, “benefits-driven” recreation activities and facilities for all Sapulpa citizens; protects and enhances the environment, both natural and man-made; plans and carries out the ongoing maintenance and development of the City’s Parks and Recreation System; supports the facilitation of community groups and organizations in the provision of a broad range of recreation services for all ages; and provides a wide variety of direct recreation programs and events for the Community as needed.”

The City of Sapulpa Parks and Recreation Department and its staff, have succeeded in winning fifteen (15) State of Oklahoma Awards of Excellence for its staff‘s contributions and leadership efforts on behalf of the City of Sapulpa and the Recreation and Parks Profession. Other Department achievements and recognition were received for exhibiting excellence in the fields of recreation and events programming, and facility design and construction.

Mission Statement
The Mission Statement of the Sapulpa Parks and Recreation Department is to ensure that the provision of “essential” and “benefit driven” parks and recreation opportunities are accessible to all Sapulpans, and to protect and enhance our environment, both natural and man-made.

The Vision of Sapulpa Parks and Recreation is to provide essential, quality parks and recreation services through imaginative and dedicated stewardship to support and enhance the community with; Family Activities/Relaxing, Exciting Festivities/Convenient, Safe Facilities/ Diverse Activities to Stimulate physical and Mental Health.