Parks News and Updates

News and Updates from the Moore Parks and Recreation Department.
If you have questions about these projects please call the Moore Parks & Recreation Department at (405) 793-5090.

What is Adopt-a-Park?
Our program that allows individuals, businesses, or groups to take a proactive role in the beautification of local parks.

Cleveland County crews and Silver Star Construction are currently doing extensive site work at Fairmoore Park. Paving of the road and parking lot in the park will begin in mid-December. The new Fairmoore Park will include a walking trail, new horseshoe courts, playground, splash pad, picnic shelters, a water feature, restroom, and associated parking and park entry and access road. Estimated completion date is mid-2017. This project is funded with the 2012 voter-approved ¼ cent park sales tax..

Contractor is nearing completion of the 10th Street road extension into Little River Park. This road extension will connect to Janeway Avenue. The road extension will allow greater access to Little River Park. This road also has approximately 60 parking stalls for park patrons to use. Construction will begin in early 2017 on a new splash pad and playground on the west side of Little River Park. It is planned to open the playground and splash pad in mid-2017. This project is funded with monies provided by the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD).

Buck Thomas Park: OG+E is installing over 60 trail lights for the parking lot and road leading to the Happy Tails Dog Park and the football complex. These lights will be installed along the road, around the parking lot, and along the new one-mile trail on the east side of Buck Thomas Park. This project is estimated to be complete in early 2017. OG+E is installing these at no cost to the City of Moore as a pilot project to demonstrate LED lighting.

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