Parks & Recreation

The City of Moore Parks and Recreation Department works to provide quality recreational opportunities for all citizens of Moore. The Department strives to provide safe and eye pleasing areas for recreational purposes, and to coordinate efforts to maximize the use of existing parks.

The City offers a variety of parks and recreational facilities, including a Community Center, a Senior Citizens Center, sports parks, playgrounds and neighborhood parks. We also sponsor and organize many events and activities.

Click here for Online class and program schedules. 

Adult Sports Leagues

Get in the Game with adult sports leagues!  The Moore Parks and Recreation Department will be running Basketball and Volleyball Leagues this Spring.    Sign ups are happening now.

Click Here for our Online Registration System.

Refund Policy:
Camps, Leagues, and Programs

100% of cost minus $20 processing fee will be refunded on any refund request 5 business days (Monday – Friday) prior to start of Camps, Leagues, and Programs. 50% of cost will be refunded within 5 business days (Monday – Friday) of the beginning of Camps, Leagues, and Programs.
0% of cost will be refunded on any refund request after from the beginning of Camps, Leagues, and Programs. 

*If processing fee was paid in your transaction it will not be refunded at any time.
*All Refunds May Take Up to 2 Weeks to Process.
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Be Moore Active! Parks Programs Online

The City of Moore Parks & Recreation Department is excited to announce the start of its online registration system and activity guide. 

Simply click on an option of "Play a Sport, Reserve a Facility, or View Activities" on the left hand side of the website. 

To use the new system you will create an account and follow the instructions from there.  It’s that easy! Read More » about Be Moore Active! Parks Programs Online

Central Moore Park Long Range Plan

July 30, 2013 - On July 29, 2013 the Central Moore Park design team presented its plan to the Moore City Council and Moore Parks Board.  The plan is now scheduled to go before each group for approval.   Read More » about Central Moore Park Long Range Plan

Central Park Plans Revealed and Groundbreaking


On December 11, 2013 the design team from Oklahoma based TAP Architecture unveiled the designs for the new Moore Recreation Center and Aquatic Facility that will be located at a new park located along Broadway Ave in the heart of Moore.  


Ground was broken at a public ceremony on May 9, 2014.  Read More » about Central Park Plans Revealed and Groundbreaking

Community Center

The Moore Community Center is located on the northeast corner of SW 4th and I-35, and offers Moore residents a variety of facilities including meeting rooms and a gymnasium. It also houses the administrative offices of the Parks and Recreation Department.

The Community Center has four meeting rooms available for non-profit community use. Rooms 1-4 will seat 50 persons each; Rooms 1-2 combined will seat 100, as will Rooms 3-4 combined. Kitchen/snack bar facilities are available. Read More » about Community Center

Devon Energy to Help Rebuild Moore's Little River Park

Nearly one year after a tornado devastated communities throughout the state, a city park serving Moore’s Plaza Towers neighborhood received a boost from Devon Energy. The City of Moore today announced a $200,000 gift from Devon that will help the city complete the reconstruction of Little River Park and provide a place of enjoyment for hundreds of families. Read More » about Devon Energy to Help Rebuild Moore's Little River Park

Explore Little River Park

Nature Walks at Little River Park
Type: Activity
Location: Little River Park - 700 Block of SW 4th St. 
Fee: Free Read More » about Explore Little River Park

Fall Break Camps

  If you are looking for camps and programs for your children to do over Fall Break then check out all of our camps.  Just visit www.cityofmoore.com/fun  for information and to sign up.  Read More » about Fall Break Camps

Fitness Programs

Enroll in Zumba classes today!

Starting a fitness program may be one of the best things you can do for your health. Physical activity can reduce your risk of chronic disease, improve your balance and coordination, help you lose weight — even improve your sleep habits and self-esteem. And there's more good news. You can do it with help from Moore Parks and Recreation. Read More » about Fitness Programs

Gym Calendar

See what is happening at the Moore Community Center.  Read More » about Gym Calendar

Parks Board

The Parks Board serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council, and makes recommendations to the Council regarding the planning, development, maintenance and betterment of the city park system. The Parks Board meets at 7pm on the 1st Tuesday of each month (unless preempted by a City Council meeting), in the City Council Chambers at City Hall. 

Parks Board Members

Charles D. Payne, Chairman

1401 NE 10th Street  ( Ward 1)
(405) 794-1034
Appointed 07/2000

Term expires 6/2015 Read More » about Parks Board

Parks and Facilities

Learn about all that the City of Moore has to offer with our parks and facilities. 



Parks and Recreation Department Activity Guide

Check out the new 2014 Fall/Winter Activity Guide. It has all the information you will need for Parks and Recreation Department programs.  
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City Council Approves Parks Master Plan

The Moore City Council approved the Parks Master Plan on February 6th.  The plan gives staff a framework to work within and plans can now be made for implementation.  Funding sources will have to be found for many of the projects but many items are already in the works.  Citizens will see improvements in many city parks and a Championship Disc Golf Course should open in Little River Park by the end of the year.  The master plan is available to view by clicking the link below.  Read More » about City Council Approves Parks Master Plan

Parmele Park is Taking Shape

Moore's newest park is taking shape on paper! The park is in the final design phase and we have a sneak peak for you. 

Parmele Park will be located just north of 12th St. on Janeway Ave.  It will include the following features:

Playground
Walking trail
Pavilion
Permanent restroom
Sprayground
Landscaping

We will keep you updated here and on facebook. Read More » about Parmele Park is Taking Shape

Tippi Toes Dance Classes

The Moore Community Center is offering Tippi Toes Dance classes.  Ages 15 months to 10 years of age.  
Go to:  www.tippitoesdance.com
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