Sooner Park
Location: North Madison Blvd.
The second largest of Bartlesville's many fine parks, Sooner Park with its 53 acres, contains a wide variety of recreational facilities to entice families to its site.

Sooner was created in December, 1956 on land donated by Harold and Mary Lou Price.

Every year Bartlesville's number one festival is held here in June.
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The North Half of the park has restrooms, a picnic shelter, a picnic area with barbecue grills, a band shell, a creative playground, horseshoe courts, a volley ball court, four asphalt tennis courts, swings for children, handicapped accessible parking, and a miniature golf course.

Sooner Lake

In November of 2001, the Bartlesville offices of ABB Engineering donated their time and energy and designed and built a series of dams and falls in the drainage area above Sooner lake. A pump was added to circulate the water and transformed a muddy bog area into an attractive, moving stream.

Creative Playground
Sooner Band Shell
Walkers arriving via the Pathfinder Parkway.
Volleyball Courts

The South Half boasts two concrete tennis courts, a softball field, a 50 meter swimming pool, large parking areas with handicap parking, a firehouse with engine, small playground, a disc golf course, and the easternmost entrance to the Pathfinder Parkway.

Old Fire House
Tower designed by Bruce Goff (closed)
Disk Golf Course
50 Meter Swimming Pool