Sapulpa Parks

The City of Sapulpa Parks and Recreation System includes a total of twenty-one (21) parks and recreation facility areas, a total of 501 land acres, and 369 water surface acres under its current jurisdiction.

Sixteen (16) of the parks and recreation facility areas are currently “developed” and open to the general public. These developed parks and recreation facilities total approximately 161 acres of parkland and 364 surface acres of water.

The City of Sapulpa also has five (5) additional “undeveloped” park and recreation areas, which the Department also oversees. They include; Aaron’s Angels Park, Dorcas Park, the new Youth Sports Complex land, Unnamed City Park, and Overview Park at Lake Sahoma. These undeveloped areas total another 346 acres of land and 5 water surface acres.

Sapulpa Parks & Recreation promotes healthy living by providing walking trails, fitness areas and children's playgrounds at many of our city parks. The following parks include walking trails:

Kelly Lane Park Trail - 1 mile                   Liberty Park Trail - 1/2 mile
Davis Park Trail - 1/2 mile                        Hollier Park Trail - 1/4 mile
Pretty Water Lake Trail - 1/4 mile

Additional Park Listings

The following is a current listing of all park and recreation areas within the City’s Park System and their locations.

1. Aaron’s Angel’s Park (9577 Sahoma Lake Road) – Undeveloped
2. Booker T. Washington Recreation Center- (209 N. Gray Street)
3. Bushyhead Memorial Park (Skelly Drive & Southwest Blvd.)
4. Davis Park (826 S. Maple Street)
5. Heritage Park (23 N. Poplar Street)
6. Hollier Park (900 W. Okmulgee Avenue)
7. Kelly Lane Park (1151 S. Park Street)
8. Liberty Park (701 N. Brown Street)
9. McGoy Park (139 N. Leonard Street)
10. Overview Park (8800 Sahoma Lake Road) - Undeveloped
11. Pretty Water Lake (13801 W. 86th Street South – on 86th Street 1.5m W of Hwy 97)
12. Reynolds Park (13801 Ozark Trail/W of Hwy 66 at old Water Treatment Plant)
13. Sahoma Lake (8853 Lake Sahoma Road / 86th Street & Sahoma Road)
14. Sapulpa Family Aquatic Center at Liberty Park (701 N. Brown Street)
15. Senior Citizens Community Center (515 E. Dewey Street)
16. Unnamed City Park (1500 E. Keystone Avenue) – Undeveloped
17. Wickham Park (1600 S. Hickory Street)
18. Youth Sports Complex (1733 S. Wickham Road 1 mile S of Taft/Hwy 117)
19. Future Youth Sports Complex - Under Construction

Visit our Rates & Rentals page for pavilion and ballfield reservation information for Davis Park, Hollier Park, Kelly Lane Park, Liberty Park, McGoy Park, and Sahoma Lake. Pavilions at Heritage and Wickham are not reservable and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.