If you want to play, Claremore parks have you covered. With numerous park locations across the city you are sure to find an outdoor recreation option that will meet your needs.
Address: 480 E Blue Starr Dr.
American Legion Park was established in 1955. It sits on 4.6 acres and is the home of the Claremore Zebras Baseball team.
Features include: ADA accessibility, concessions and restrooms
Address: 1001 W. Dupont
If you’re visiting Claremore, you don’t have to leave your four-legged friends at home. The Cat Creek Dog Park opened in December 2019, and has two separate areas for large and small dogs. Both parks have a variety of toys and agility items. Mess bags and water fountains are available.
Address: East Blue Starr Dr.
Rated as a top attraction on TripAdvisor.com, Claremore Lake (on East Blue Starr Drive) is the ideal spot for family fun, with more than four miles of paved paths perfect for running, walking, and cycling. There are two playgrounds for the younger visitors, as well as five shelters, two of which are available for private rental through the Parks and Recreation Department. Throughout the park are tables and grills for public use. Claremore Lake is also home to the city’s newest splash pad, with indoor public restrooms adjacent. The park is clean and quiet, with plenty of green space for activities.
While swimming is not allowed in Claremore Lake, fishing and boating are popular pastimes. Jackpot fishing tournaments are held from March to September. Daily and annual passes are available; permits are required. The lake also has an enclosed, heated and cooled fishing dock, open seven days a week.
Address: 554 S. Brady
The Claremore Community Skate Park is a 7,000-square-foot outdoor facility located at the Claremore Recreation Center. It includes a variety of ramps and street obstacles—a half-pipe, skate bench, jump box, and multiple grind rails. From start to finish, the park was designed with input from the local skating community. Whether you’re a pro or just beginning, Claremore Community Skate Park has what you need.
Address: 2556 N. Sioux Ave.
Claremore Soccer Complex was established in 1999. The 72.5-acre complex has 16 fields, three of which are lighted, and is home to the Claremore Soccer Club.
Address: 19501 S 4180 Rd Happy Lake Rd
Happy Lake is a 40-acre complex established in 1929 for the nature lover. It is located east on Blue Starr Drive and north of Justus School. Amenities include restroom facilities, picnic tables, covered shelter and fishing. Happy Lake is available by reservation only. Reservations can be made by calling the Claremore Recreation Center.
Address: 1717 W Dupont St
Jaycee Dogwood Park is home to swings and a concrete basketball court for residents to enjoy!
Address: 801 S. Muskogee
This 20-acre complex was established in 1982. This park is primarily used by the Westside Alliance and Claremore Soccer Club’s competitive teams, but also has two fields with backstops for baseball or softball practices during season.
Address: 7th & Seminole Ave.
This handicap-accessible park was established in 1950. The EVOS playground system found in this park is one of the only playgrounds of its type in the state of Oklahoma. The climbing web and ropes are designed to provide exercise and entertainment at the same time.
This two and one-half acre park was established in 1987. The park is known for the beautiful gazebo that sits on the property. The gazebo is home to the Claremore Community band and concerts during the summer months. Many Weddings and public gatherings also take place in this park. The park’s amenities include picnic tables, park benches and many shade trees, as well as a new playground.
Address: 1080 W. Blue Starr Dr.
Pecan Park was established in 1975. The 20-acre complex is home to Claremore Girls Softball Association and has five fields, which are completely lighted. The site has hosted many tournaments over the years. No pets are permitted at Pecan Park.
Address: 2011 N. Sioux Ave.
Powers Park was established in 1973 and renovated in 2008. The 35-acre complex has 12 fields, eight of which are completely lighted and two with infield lights only. The park is home to the Rogers County Youth Baseball Association. The park is handicap accessible. No pets are permitted in Powers Park.
Address: W Jordan St & S Missouri Ave
This two-acre complex was established in 1971. Redbud Park is a relaxing place where you can enjoy the sounds of the creek that run along the side of the park. The park also features swings, picnic tables and a covered shelter.
Address: 1700 Camden Dr.
Bordering Will Rogers Park are the Teaching Gardens, which are maintained by the Master Gardeners of Rogers County. The gardens include an herb garden, secret garden, a pollinator garden, water features, and Oklahoma Proven annual and perennial beds. Many of the plants are labeled, and Master Gardeners are often onsite and able to answer any questions about local flora.
Address:1896 N. 4150 Rd.
Walnut Park, established in 1987, is Claremore’s adult softball complex. This 40-acre park has four lighted fields. Practice facilities are available for baseball, softball, and soccer.
Address: 1700 Camden Dr.
While you are out exploring the parks in Claremore, be sure to stop at Will Rogers Park. This local city park is nestled in a quiet valley, just down the hill from the RSU campus. Will Rogers Park is home to the city’s first splash pad. The splash pad is a popular summertime destination for visitors and locals alike, and is open from Memorial Day until early October. There is also a covered shelter, an extensive playground, lots of picnic tables, and restrooms.