Remember The Past...Experience The Future 1898-1998. Weatherford Oklahoma August 6-9, 1998 Welcome To Weatherford City Of Oklahoma
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Lovers of the great outdoors may select from twelve city parks that contain 652 acres and numerous picnics and play areas. The city employs a full-time Parks and Recreation Director who administers year-round activities.

Rader Park EastRader Park East (260 acres) in northeast Weatherford. Facilities and activities include:
11 Soccer Fields
Rodeo arena
1 baseball field
Archery range, trap range
Sand volleyball court
3 horseshoe pits
Bird sanctuary
7 tennis courts
2 basketball half
Courts with six more to follow
10 acres with bldg. for stock show and community activities
18 hole golf course, clubhouse, and enclosed cart storage
Nature trail with fish observation pond


Rader Park WestRader Park West (160 acres) next to Rader Park East.
7 baseball fields
4 softball fields
Two-mile cross country track
One mile long black top walking trail with natural wildlife
Many large play areas
Seven-acre, well stocked fishing pond with picnic areas
Tennis Courts (7)


Weber ParkWeber Park Weber Park (5.1 acres) on East Washington Street.
One large and two small pavilions
Sand volleyball court
Large play area with creek and hills





Means ParkMeans Park (2.1 acres) on Huber St. between Caddo and Indiana.
Restroom facilities
Two acres play area
Gazebo and two pavilions
Croquet court under construction



Thacker ParkThacker Park (0.9 acres) at Fourth and Huber Streets.
Pavilion, basketball goal, play area and tube slide





Condor ParkCondor Park (0.3 acres) at Condor Drive and West Main Streets.
Play and picnic area




Heritage ParkHeritage Park (1.2 acres) across from City Hall.
Gen. Tom Stafford statue
Veteran’s Memorial
Memorial Tree commemorating the Murrah Building bombing
Proposed playground area




Clark ParkClark Park (1.9 acres) next to Means Park.
Swimming, toddler and wading pools
Basketball goals and horseshoe pits.
Play area with stage and volleyball court



Lockstone ParkLockstone Park (0.3 acres) at Saber Lane and East Washington.
Small play area featuring a rocket slide.
Picnic area with plans for a future pavilion





Tom Stafford ParkTom Stafford Park (0.3 acres) on Tom Stafford Street between 8th and Broadway. Monument to Gen. Stafford and his family on the site of the family home future aeronautical display




McPhetridge Cenntenial ParkMcPhetridge Centennial Park Main Street and Broadway.
Completed August 1997 for Weatherford’s 100th Birthday in 1998. Paved with centennial bricks donated by city residents, companies an organizations. Gazebo, fountain, landscaping, time capsule welcome visitors to this historic site of Weatherford’s first bank



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