Tulsa Parks operates seven community centers and three specialty centers located in parks throughout Tulsa. Each center offers a variety of classes, activities, and events.
Specialty centers concentrate programs in a specific area. The centers are Oxley and Redbud Valley Nature Centers, and WaterWorks Art Center.
Centers such as Lacy, Hicks 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. Weight Room Info
Several centers host summer day camps and camps during Tulsa Public Schools' Spring Break. Each community center provides year-round programming designed to meet the needs of the community including games, fitness, arts and crafts, self-improvement, and social activities.
Centers often program for holiday events, for youth and adults. A highlighted list of holiday events can be found here.
Tulsa Parks is hosting its 2nd annual Sparky Scamper Virtual 5K. What is a virtual 5K? We're glad you asked... A virtual 5K is a 5K race (translated into 3.2 miles) that you complete on your own, in your own time and in your own way. Your entry fee benefits the City of Tulsa's Charitable Giving Campaign. Included in your entry fee is a special gift from our very own Tulsa Parks mascot, Sparky, as well as an entry into a drawing for prizes and a race medal. You can enter the race by clicking on this link: signmeup.com/127680