What's New at the Park

Sapulpa Parks and Recreation has been working on several new additions to our parks system. We invite you to visit the links below to learn more about the projects we have been working on in 2016.

Wiggly Field Dog Park
Wiggly Field is Kelly Lane's newest addition. The City of Sapulpa Dog Park is an “off-leash” park area designated by the Parks & Recreation Board and the Sapulpa City Council for the purpose of allowing dogs to roam without leashes. The Dog Park includes a fenced in area for Large and Small dogs, a covered seating pavillion and two watering locations inside the fenced area for your pets. The Dog Park is open Sunday through Saturday 4:30am - 11pm. Click here for more information.

Youth Complex Grant
The Sapulpa Parks and Recreation Department announces it has been awarded a $102,700 grant to improve the city’s Youth Complex. The grant was a result of the Parks Department’s application made in 2016. Click here to read more...

City Parks Department Names New Aquatics Supervisor
Next spring, city swimming pool regulars can expect to be greeted by a friendly new face. Effective October 17, new city employee Krystal Paige Lomenick will become responsible for the management of Sapulpa’s Water Recreational facilities. Click here to learn more about Krystal Lomenick.

 

The City of Sapulpa Parks and Recreation System includes a total of twenty-one (21) parks and recreation facility areas, a total of 501 land acres, and 369 water surface acres under its current jurisdiction.

Sixteen (16) of the parks and recreation facility areas are currently “developed” and open to the general public. These developed parks and recreation facilities total approximately 161 acres of parkland and 364 surface acres of water.

The City of Sapulpa also has five (5) additional “undeveloped” park and recreation areas, which the Department also oversees. They include; Aaron’s Angels Park, Dorcas Park, the new Youth Sports Complex land, Unnamed City Park, and Overview Park at Lake Sahoma. These undeveloped areas total another 346 acres of land and 5 water surface acres.