N. Pioneer Rd and W 3rd St
Summers at the pool or lake, playing baseball in the spring, horseback riding through the fall, or playing in the snow during the winter months ~ bounteous outdoor recreational opportunities exist across the plains of Elk City.
Ackley Park, just across the street from the National Route 66 Museum Complex on Old Route 66, is host to a multitude of prospects for fun. Visitors can take a ride on the miniature train or the Centennial Carousel, featuring 36 hand-carved horses and two chariots. Putt-Putt Golf is available and the public swimming pool, Beutler Brothers Rodeo Arena, Red Rock Baseball Park & pavilion, the new Skate Park and the Centennial Lighthouse provide hours of amusements. Other amenities such as tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, a walking and jogging trail, playground areas and pavilions for picnicking also are all available.
A number of additional parks in the Elk City area include: Peeler Park, Rotary Park, Kiwanis Park, Jaycee Park, Lions Park and Lincoln Park.
Athletes of all ages benefit from the use of sporting facilities that include Burson Field, Boy’s Five Plex, Girl’s Five Plex, Red Rock Stadium, Trissell Field and the Elk City Soccer Plex.
Approximately 750 acres of parkland and 250 acres of water* make up Elk City Lake. Guests to the lake can view its beauty from several different angles. Spend the day fishing for large mouth bass, swim in the beach area, enjoy.
Lunch under a picnic pavilion, bike or ride a horse through fertile trails, then set up camp and enjoy a peaceful night under the stars.
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