Whether it’s a birthday party, yoga, work gathering or family reunion – parks are a great place for any special event! Click your city below to find out how to rent a park pavilion, pool, or space in your area!
City of Edmond – Edmond pavilions are rented in four (4) hour time slots and you may rent multiple slots. There are 18 pavilions and 2 stages to choose from.
City of OKC – Event planning is easy when you choose from one of the Parks & Recreation Department’s rental facilities. With four event centers, two amphitheaters, 17 picnic pavilions, plus outdoor garden spaces and other specialty areas, we have just the venue to fit every style and budget.
City of Piedmont – The Piedmont Community Park and Prairie Wind (Girl Scout) Park are available for rent. On the left hand side of the page under “Find a Facility,” select “Parks and Pavilions” under “Facility Types” and click Search.
City of Mustang – Mustang Parks and Recreation Department oversees many different venues throughout the Wild Horse Park. Mustang Town Center is the center of activity for every age of our community. It is home to three of our venues: The Senior Center, Recreation Center, and Banquet & Meeting facilities.
City of Yukon – The City of Yukon has 11 pavilions and gazebos to rent as well as gym, pool, splash pad and community center rentals. Gazebo and Pavilion rentals require 3 business days notice. Special Events require longer booking time.
City of Moore – The City of Moore Parks & Recreation Department works to provide quality recreational opportunities for all citizens of Moore. The City offers a variety of parks and recreational facilities, including The Station at Central Park (Recreation Center and Aquatic Center), a Senior Citizens Center, sports parks, dog park, playgrounds and neighborhood parks.
City of Norman – The City of Norman Parks and Recreation Department facilitates 55 neighborhood and community parks, 3 recreation centers, a golf course and driving range, 2 disc golf courses, a complete swim complex with waterslides, a wading pool, 32 tennis courts, and 3 special services centers, offering cultural arts and senior citizen activities.
City of Midwest City – The Midwest City Parks and Recreation Department is proud to provide residents and visitors opportunities to live healthier and happier lives through recreational activities and leisurely experiences. Midwest City parks have several pavilions that are either for rent or usable on a first-come, first-served basis.
City of Del City – We offer many rental opportunities to the public. Whatever the special occasion may be – Birthday Parties, Conferences, Family Reunions, Meetings, Office Parties, Banquets, Weddings, Receptions – our Community Center offers a stylish comfortable atmosphere to accommodate your event. We are delighted to offer fun outdoor experiences to play, swim, jog, fish, and relax.
City of Choctaw – Choctaw is home to several parks with space for sports programs, outdoor recreation, group events and playgrounds for families to enjoy an afternoon outing. All parks provide benches and picnic tables, available on a first-come basis for your convenience.
City of Harrah – Years ago the leaders in the City of Harrah realized that something was needed to bring a greater sense of community. To fill that need, Heritage Park, which had previously been a lagoon, was transformed into an exciting recreation area. A fishing pond, playground areas for children, covered pavilion with concession facilities, benches throughout the park, walking trails, restrooms, a splash pad, and an amphitheater with state-of-the-art lighting and sound make Heritage Park an exciting destination within our community.
City of El Reno – El Reno is filled with parks from small neighborhood parks to large sports complexes. Adams Park is the most diverse with a lighted soccer field, an 18-hole disc golf course, newly constructed restrooms, playground areas, covered pavilions, a 10,000 square foot skatepark, a rodeo arena, and four baseball fields. Legion Park has a new 2,000 square foot public splash pad and the Municipal Swimming Pool. Legion park also offers a concrete walking trail, four regulation-sized tennis courts, and a number of playground areas as well as a covered pavilion and public fishing areas in Legion Park Pond.