What is Adopt-a-Park?
Our program that allows individuals, businesses, or groups to take a proactive role in the beautification of local parks.
To find out more information please call Moore Parks & Recreation Department at 405-793-5090.
Old Town Park
Old Town Park will be built just west of the railroad tracks and Main Street. The park will include a newly constructed train depot that will be home to an artist-in-residence, a small coffee shop, and will include pictures and small displays of our communities history. The new depot will be a replica of the original train depot which was originally built in 1895. The park will also include public art, landscaping, and sitting areas. The park will be approximately 1-acre in size and is being designed at the present time. Old Town Park is being funded with the ¼ cent sales tax approved by the voters of Moore in November 2016.
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Improvements at The Station
The Parks ¼ cent sales tax, approved by the voters of Moore in November 2016, is funding improvements to The Station Recreation Center fitness center. New workout equipment and free weights are being added to the center (arrival is expected in late October). Also, improvements to our two group exercise rooms are being made. A new wood floor will be installed in group exercise room #1 along with new fans to keep our workout patrons cooler. Also, in group exercise room #2 new fans will be added. A new water fountain has been added that will enable patrons to fill their water bottles. Other improvements centered around technology and patron safety are being made to the fitness area and indoor walking track as well.
Crews have completed the renovations of Fairmoore Park. A rocket ship playground and splash pad were installed as a part of the park renovations as were 2 pavilions that are available for the public to rent. Also included in the park renovations were a walking trail, restroom, eight (8) horseshoe courts, a water feature, trail lights, park monument sign, associated parking, and a park entry and access road. The project was funded with the 2012, voter-approved, ¼ cent park sales tax. Total cost was about $1.8 million.
Little River Park
The Little River Park large pirate ship playground and splash pad, associated walking trails and fence, were completed this last Summer. Three (3) pavilions funded with a donation from Devon Energy were completed this Summer as well. Also completed was a restroom (funded by a donation from the Cardinal Cares Foundation). With the exception of the three picnic pavilions and restroom, this project was funded with monies provided by the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). These funds were given to the City of Moore following the May 20, 2013 tornado.
Improvements will be made to Westmoore Park this Fall and Winter. Improvements will include a new Fire Department themed playground and splash pad, picnic shelter, restroom, parking area and landscaping. The project will be funded with the 2016 Continuing Our Success, voter, approved, 1/4 cent sales tax. City Council approved proposals at November 5th city council meeting
Purchase Your Passes to The Station at Central Park
The Station at Central Park: Buy a Pass today for The Station at Central Park! The Station is a 53,000 square foot recreation facility with an adjacent 45,000 square foot aquatic facility. The Station at Central Park Recreation and Aquatic Center is a state-of-the-art facility. Passholders have access to a great facility with activities for the entire family. For more information call Moore Parks & Recreation at 405-793-5090 or visit Central Park website