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Area Parks and Recreation


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Griffin Community Park
Corner of Robinson St. and 12th Avenue NE
(lighted softball, baseball, football, soccer fields and concessions available)


Reaves Park
Corner of South Jenkins Ave. and Timberdell Rd.
(lighted softball and baseball fields, open and covered picnic areas, playground equipment, tennis courts, concessions available)

Abe Andrews Park
17.2 acres, corner of Daws St. and Front St.
(open and sheltered picnic areas, amphitheater, playground equipment, tennis courts, ball diamond, wading pools)

Lions Park
5.1 acres, corner of Flood Ave. and Symmes St.
Home to the annual Mid-Summer Nights Fair.
(open and covered picnic
areas, playground equipment, tennis courts, lighted ball field, wading pool)

Norman Lions Northeast
35 acres, Northcliff Ave.
(18-hole disc golf course, adult and youth fishing, open and covered picnic areas, playground equipment)

Westwood Park
137 acres, Robinson St. and 24th Avenue NW
(municipal swimming pool, water slide, golf course, tennis courts, picnic areas, playground equipment, shelter)

Neighborhood Parks
Norman has more than 35 additional community parks and recreation centers.


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Attractions and Upcoming Events


The Jacobson House Native American Cultural Center

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its unique architectural style and its historic association with Native American fine art and culture, the Jacobson House is located in the former residence of Oscar B. Jacobson built in 1917. The center was opened in 1987

Norman, OK Arts


Sam Noble-Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

In 1899, the Territorial Legislature of the future state of Oklahoma mandated the founding of a natural history museum on the campus of the University of the Territory of Oklahoma in Norman, now the University of Oklahoma. The 195,000

Norman, OK Museums

Santa Fe Depot Art Center

Located in a city park known as "Legacy Trail," the north side of the depot is now the home of the Norman Arts and Humanities Council. Grounds can be used for special events and currently display public art sculptures of bronze and wood produced by Oklahoma artists. On the

Norman, OK Arts

Things to do Recreation near Norman, OK

Stroup Park

Walking trail, train caboose, picnic pavilions, playground, WPA swimming pool....

Langston Lake

Recreation area; boating, camping, duck hunting, fishing, picnicking. ...

Mutt Miller Park

Named for the nephew of an early Seminole Chief who was a highly respected historian and educator, the 12 acre park has a rec...

Boomer Lake

Boomer Lake is quickly returning to favored status with locals and visitors alike. After undergoing a major "overhaul" by the...