Due to the COVID-19 threat, Tulsa Parks has closed all of our community and specialty centers, including WaterWorks Art Center and Oxley Nature Center, as well as cancelled all public programming and rentals until further notice.
Outdoor parks and green spaces, including the Oxley trails, are still open to the public during regular park hours, but we encourage everyone to do their part to keep themselves and others safe and healthy by maintaining good hygiene and social distances best practices.
Staff will follow up with all customers to process refunds for cancelled programming and rentals. If you have additional questions, contact Tulsa Parks Director Anna America at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tulsa Parks operates six community centers and three specialty centers located in parks throughout Tulsa. Each center offers a variety of classes, activities, and events.
Specialty centers offer programming focused around a specific area. These centers are Oxley and Redbud Valley Nature Centers, and WaterWorks Art Center.
Centers such as Central, Hicks, Jane A. Malone, Lacy and Reed offer fitness facilities equipped with weight machines, free weights, rowing machines, treadmills, stationary bicycles and other exercise equipment. Some centers have full-court gymnasiums, dance studios and gymnastics equipment.
Several centers host day camps during Tulsa Public Schools' Spring Break, Summer Break, Fall Break and Winter Break. Each community center also provides year-round programming designed to meet the needs of the community, including: games, fitness, arts and crafts, self-improvement, and social activities.