Places to Play in Deer Creek, Oklahoma

March 8, 2018

Families in Ideal’s new Northbrooke neighborhood and the ever-popular Valencia, both located in the Deer Creek/Edmond area, find many places to enjoy outdoor time. Edmond's parks are premier places for families to play. Walk on a trail, enjoy a live concert under the trees, watch a live musical performance under the stars or escape the summer heat and watch a family-friendly movie from swim your float. With a variety of programs, events, and classes there is something for every member of your family. Browse and Register for Parks and Recreation Programs using the Rec Express website. NOTE: If this is your first time to register for classes please call Parks and Recreation at 405-359-4630 so they can create and account for you. Not traveling for Spring Break? View the Spring Break Activities Guide for ideas close to home. Edmond Parks Edmond has 32 parks with all different types of amenities. Click here for a complete listing.
  • Bickham Rudkin Park and Community Dog Park – on 33rd, east of Boulevard. This park features a fishing pond, playground, covered pavilion with picnic tables and a 4-acre dog park. View the Dog Park Rules.
  • Kickingbird Golf Club – 1600 E. Danforth Rd. The 18-hole championship course is one of Oklahoma’s premiere public golf clubs. At 6,700 yards, with tree-lined fairways and gently contoured greens, Kickingbird offers the perfect golfing experience for the weekend golfer or more advanced competitors. Reserve your tee time.
  • Mitch Park – 1501 W. Covell Rd. This 280-acre park features two playgrounds, a disc golf course, two basketball courts, exercise station, volleyball court, skate park, amphitheater and an athletic complex.
MAC (Multipurpose Activity Center) in Mitch Park -- The MAC houses an expanded Senior Citizen's Center, Parks Administration offices, community meeting rooms, an outdoor amphitheater and recreation programs. Mathis Brothers Skate Park -- 17,500 square feet of ramps, pipes, halfpipes and bowls to challenge skaters, rollerbladers and bikers of all ages. Mitch Park YMCA Edmond Recreation and Aquatic Center – A partnership between the City of Edmond, Edmond Public Schools and the YMCA, the facility seats 800 and hosts state and regional swim meets, features a family pool with lap lanes and a play zone, as well as a 20-foot-high, 130-foot-long water slide running inside and outside the building. There’s also a fitness center, gym, elevated walking/jogging track, children’s play area, fitness classes and all the usual YMCA programs. Day passes are available.
  • Spring Creek Park – at Arcadia Lake. 2.5 miles east of I-35 on 15th Spring Creek offers 194 acres of hiking, boating, fishing and camping fun. You’ll find a boat ramp, RV hookups, covered fishing pier and miles of cycling, walking and running trails.
More Fun Places to Play In addition to its parks, the Deer Creek/Edmond area has some of the metro’s most interesting and fun getaways.
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