North 16th St & West Broadway Street
Located in the heart of Founders Place Historic District, this 3.7-acre neighborhood park has a new playground, splash pad and picnic shelter.
Bill Pool Park
Gawf Lane & Foltz Lane
This 2.5-acre park in Phoenix Village has picnic tables, a playground, and a basketball court.
3301 Gibson Street
Daniel Boone’s son, Nathan, originally surveyed this 43-acre hillside park across the street from the Oklahoma School for the Blind. The eastern boundary of the park is the boundary of the Cherokee and Creek Nations. Amenities include a concrete trail that is .8 mile in length and is the meeting place for many regular park patrons. An 18 hole disc golf course is open to the public at no charge. There are picnic areas, playground, open play areas, and an historic shelter that is available by reservation.
South 6th Street & West Southside Boulevard
This 2-acre park was, originally, two separate parks. Now considered a single park it has picnic areas, playground, open spaces, and a basketball court.
Altamont Street & Tower Hill Boulevard
One of Muskogee’s older historic parks, Elliott Park, is situated on Tower Hill, the site of Muskogee’s first water tower. This beautiful treed and terraced 29-acre setting has picnic areas, playgrounds, lighted basketball courts, a shelter that is available for reservation. During summer days the "Sprayground" an interactive water play ground is in operation.
South 7th Street & Elgin Street
This pretty 1-acre neighborhood park has shaded picnic areas, playground, and open play areas.
Honor Heights Park
North Honor Heights Drive
Originally purchased by the City of Muskogee in 1909, Honor Heights Park has proved to be the “The crown jewel in Muskogee’s park system.” The idyllic setting of the features of this 132-acre park makes it attractive to visitors year round. There are many picnic areas, two picnic shelters, a pavilion, gazeboes, and public restrooms. You will also find activities such as fishing in 5 lakes & ponds from the shore of our fully accessible fishing docks, playground, open play areas, three tennis courts, and even a sand volleyball court. A "Splash Pad", located next to the playground area, is in operation May-September. Honor Heights is home to three trails: Henry Bresser Nature Trail, the Audubon Trail, which is a favorite of local birders, and the half-mile Stem Beach Trail which is a habit of local runners and walkers. Also home to the Conard Rose Garden, the C. Clay Harrell Arboretum, Art Johnson Memorial Dogwood Collection, Elbert L. Little, Jr. Native Tree Collection, Azalea gardens, floral gardens, white garden, and at the top of Agency Hill, you will find the Rainbow Division Memorial Amphitheater. Honor Heights Park is also home to our city’s largest festivals: The Azalea Festival and The Garden of Lights. Honor Heights Brochure
Love-Hatbox Sports Complex
34th Street & Arline Street
This 60-acre site is formerly an historic airport that has seen the likes of such people as Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhardt. Newly expanded and developed over the last several years this complex is home to many leagues, tournaments, and individual users.
Gibson Street & East Side Boulevard
This fenced park has a shaded picnic area and an open play area.
Euclid Street & Sandlow Street
This 2-acre park north of Shawnee Street has shaded picnic areas, a playground, an open area, and a basketball court.
South "F" Street & Independence Street
There is a shaded playground and picnic area in this 1.5-acre park. There is also a ballfield and an open play area
Honor Heights Drive & Denison Street
This 2-acre park is named after early Park Superintendent George Palmer. You will find shaded and sunny picnic areas, a playground, open play area, and two fishing lakes.
Augusta Street & Gulick Street
This park offers a playground and sprayground with picnic areas, basketball courts, baseball/softball practice area, and soccer goals. Walking trails and outdoor fitness equipment are available as well.
2300 Military Boulevard
This facility is an open 10-acre area with soccer fields. A trail head and parking are available for Centennial Trail users.
South 24th Street & Elgin Street
Originally donated by the Rotary Club, this 3.5-acre park is home to a newly renovated playground and splashpad, picnic areas, open play area, Pavilion, and two basketball courts.
East Okmulgee & Eastside Boulevard
This beautiful setting is home to 19 acres of many amenities and some of the first publicly planted trees in the city. There are picnic areas, a playground, open play areas, fully accessible swimming facility, tennis courts, the asphalt multi-purpose Spaulding Trail, a picnic shelter (reservations available), a gazebo surrounded by the water of the park's lake, two basketball courts, a fishing dock, and public restrooms. Located directly next to the Parks & Recreation Administration offices.