PARKS AND RECREATION
The Parks & Recreation Department provides residents and visitors with clean, green, and safe accessible open space in more than 200 acres of park land, 3 miles of bicycle & walking trails, and an opportunity to fish at Eagle Lake. Thinking of a picnic or a outdoor group get together pavilions are also available to rent as well. For more information regarding the City parks, please contact
CJ Jennings at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 671-2868.
City Park Hours: 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
AWACS PARK AND TORNADO MEMORIAL
Located on Sooner Road South of SE 29th Street This park pays tribute to all lives lost and forever impacted by the 1999 tornado that touched down in the adjacent neighborhood. It also displays multiple AWACS planes which represent the 2011 resolution declaring that the City of Del City would formally “adopt” the 552nd Air Control Wing stationed at Tinker Air Force Base. The City partnered with the Chamber of Commerce to help support the airmen and their families.
ROTARY PARK AND COMMUNITY GARDEN
Located at the corner of Del Road and Glenn Avenue Located next door to Epperly Heights Elementary, this is a great location for smaller children. With a covered pavilion, new playground equipment, and fresh walking trail, there is something for everybody. While you’re there, feel free to check out the City’s Community Garden. Each year, volunteers come together and help maintain the garden and all are welcome to pick vegetables growing there. The garden has its own Facebook page (Del City Rotary Garden) where updates are posted about what is growing throughout the season.
Located on Leonhardt Drive, north of SE 44th Street One of the City’s biggest parks, here you will find playground equipment, a new walking trail, 2 basketball courts, and a large field with a backstop for baseball or kickball! The large trees over the playground area do a great job of providing shade for those who want to sit at a table and read a book!
Located at the corner of Townsend & Thomas Drive Located in the heart of Midway Village, this park serves as a gathering place within walking distance to most residents in the area. It is a perfect place for community gatherings and cookouts, and serves as the location for Midway Village Neighborhood Watch Association’s annual Neighbors Night Out.
HIGH SPIRITS PARK
Located at the corner of SE 24th Street & Mansfield This park offers plenty of large shade trees, refurbished play equipment, picnic tables, and plenty of space for lawn darts, corn hole, or tag football! It also received new walking trails that go throughout the park.
Located at the corner of SE 42nd & Vickie Drive With a stream running beside it, amazing shade trees and picnic tables, plus a large grassy area perfect for football or soccer, Cheyenne Park is Del City’s “hidden gem” located at the south end of Vickie Drive.
Located on Reno Avenue just east of Bryant It has been said that since 2015, over 80 different species of birds have been spotted at this lake. Eagle Lake offers walking trails, fishing, and in the near future will also be a place to play basketball. Daily fishing fee at Eagle Lake for residents of Del City is $2 and must be paid in the drop-tube located South of the restrooms. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife stocks the “Close to Home” waters with sunfish, channel catfish, large mouth bass, and more!
*Curious why it’s named Eagle Lake? An aerial photo explains it!!!*
RAY TRENT PARK
Located on the I-40 & Sunnylane Service Road Being Del City’s largest park and containing the city’s dog park, “Wiggly Field,” this is a multi-use park covered with large trees for shade. It also hosts the largest pavilion available for rent.
PATRIOT PARK & WOMEN'S VETERAN MEMORIAL
Located at the Del City Community Center, 4505 SE 15th St. Being so close to Tinker Air Force Base, it only makes sense that the City of Del City takes great pride in supporting the United States Armed Forces. This park Each year hundreds of people gather here for the Annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony. This area is considered sacred ground, as it pays tribute to fallen soldiers in combat.
The Women’s Veterans Memorial has 5 women standing at the top, which represent the readiness to defend. Facing outward, united hand in hand, and forming a circle and a bond that cannot be broken, all branches of the US Armed Forces are represented in a beautiful display of unity and patriotism.
EAGLE HARBOR AQUATIC CENTER
Located behind the Del City Community Center, this is affordable family fun in a convenient location! The pool is open Memorial Day through Labor Day each year, and open on weekends only after the first day of school each year.
OUTDOOR FITNESS COURT AT PATRIOT PARK
Located behind Eagle Harbor Aquatic Center In summer of 2022, Del City was declared a “Healthy City” and awarded a grant that provides the community an outdoor fitness court free of charge. Downloading the interactive app on your phone will show you how each station works with different strength levels.
The following restrictions apply for the safety and protection of all citizens:
- No littering, dumping, cutting, destruction of or removal of trees, plants, or equipment
- City leash law always applies
- No pets allowed in the picnic or playground areas except seeing eye dogs.
- There shall be no hunting, trapping, snaring, disturbing of habitat, den, nestlings, watering, or feeding of any wildlife
- No parking motor vehicles in the park or playground area
- No alcoholic beverages are authorized in any area of the parks.
The City of Del City Parks and Recreation Department is proud to offer many rental opportunities to the public. Whatever the special occasion may be:
Our Community Center offers a stylish comfortable atmosphere to accommodate your event. We are delighted to offer fun outdoor experiences to play, swim, jog, fish, and relax. For additional information concerning our Parks and Recreation Director CJ Jennings at 405-671-2868 or email@example.com.
The Del City Huey Long Community Center was renovated in 2011 with modern-day amenities. We are proud to offer to the public a variety of rental opportunities that feature state of the art audio and visual equipment, screen in ceiling, dimming lights and a gorgeous courtyard that would be…more
The Parks & Recreation Department provides residents and visitors with clean, green, and safe accessible open space in more than 200 acres of park land, 3 miles of bicycle & walking trails, and an opportunity to fish at Eagle Lake. Thinking of a picnic or a outdoor group get together pavilions are also available for rental as well. Thought about taking your doggy out for a little fun in the sun. Think no more, give Wiggly Dog Park a visit.