Bartlesville’s Parks and Recreation Facilities

The City of Bartlesville has more than 355 acres of parkland located in six existing community parks, eight neighborhood parks and several special use parks. For more information on any of these facilities, please click the name of the park as listed below. For directions to the park via Google Maps, click on the property address or term “map directions.” For an interactive map of streets and other features of Bartlesville go to GIS City Maps.

Community Parks

Facilities with an asterisk (*) are available for rental. Please see the shelter reservation calendar to learn more about facility rentals.

Sooner Park
Southeast corner of Madison Boulevard and Tuxedo Boulevard

Johnstone Park
100 N Cherokee Avenue

  • Kiddie Park, (map directions)
  • Shelter 1*
  • Shelter 2*
  • Children’s Playground
  • Discovery 1 Park, a full-size replica of the first commercial oil well in what would later become the State of Oklahoma
  • Tennis Courts
  • Pathfinder Parkway Trailhead
  • Outdoor Crossfit Equipment
  • Pavilion and Gathering Space
  • Pirate Ship Playground

Veterans Park (formerly Frontier Park)
312 SW Virginia

Robinwood Park & Soccer Complex
2200 SE Frank Phillips Boulevard

  • Soccer Fields
  • Children’s Playground
  • Pathfinder Parkway Trailhead

Jo Allyn Lowe Park
2600 SE Price Road

  • Arboretum
  • Fishing Lake
  • Walking Trails
  • Pathfinder Parkway Trailhead
  • Monarch Butterfly Garden

Lee Lake
2200 SE Adams Boulevard

Neighborhood Parks

  • Douglass Park, 509 SW Bucy Ave.
  • Eddie Mason Park (Panther Playground), 600 NW Brentwood Road
  • Lyon’s Park, 100 NE Choctaw Ave.
  • Earl Sears Park, 700 SE Cherokee Ave.
  • Civitan Park, 1430 SE Silver Lake Road, a fully accessible playground
  • William R. Smith Park, 312 NE Wilshire Ave.
  • Colonial Estates Park, 2800 SE Kingston Drive

Special Use Parks and Recreation Facilities

  • Pathfinder Parkwaya 12-mile biking, running and walking trail
  • Artunoff Softball Fields, three adult softball fields
  • Price Baseball and Softball Fields, youth fields
  • Hudson Lake, a 250-acre fishing and boating lake, with eight miles of shoreline, located northwest of Bartlesville. A multi-purpose six-acre park site, located at the southwest corner of the lake, offers picnic areas, barbecue grills, a playground area, an archery range, handicap accessible restrooms and ample parking. Lake facilities include a boat ramp and a fishing dock. Canoes, paddleboards and kayaks are also allowed on the lake, and there is no charge for use of the park. Swimming is not permitted. Surrounded by wooded hills, Hudson Lake is considered one of the most beautiful in the area.

Other attractions

Historic Locomotive and Caboose in Downtown Bartlesville, 201 SW Keeler Ave.

Tower Center at Unity Square in Downtown Bartlesville, 300 SE Adams Blvd.

Osage Hills State Park, located 11 west of Bartlesville on U.S. Highway 60. Enjoy hiking and other activities at this beautiful 1,000-acre park. (Contact for more information.)