Did you know about the Bartlesville Kiddie Park? If not, you’re missing out! And that’s because the kiddie amusement park hiding in Bartlesville is affordable and filled with hours and hours of fun. Each year, Kiddie Park operates on a seasonal basis, and you don’t want to miss the chance to visit it if you have little ones. One of the most charming amusement parks in Oklahoma, the park is filled with about 17 rides, all of which were designed for kids ages 12 and under.  Keep scrolling to learn more and see how reasonably priced this place is!

To learn more about Bartlesville Kiddie Park, including hours of operation, check out the Bartlesville Kiddie Park website. And don’t forget to like the Bartlesville Kiddie Park Facebook page.

Bartlesville Kiddie Park isn’t the only park in the state that belongs on your bucket list. Another fun park to check out is in the small town of Marlow  – The Hideout – a fun, western-themed park located inside the larger Redbud Park. It’s free to visit and this place will keep the kids entertained for hours. There is a splash pad next to it, plus lots of open space to roam free or play ball. Learn more about this incredible park in Oklahoma by checking out our previous featured article.

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Aside from Bartlesville Kiddie Park, are there any other amusement parks in Oklahoma?

There are quite a few amusement parks in Oklahoma – both traditional and non-traditional, including:

  • Frontier City in OKC – Frontier City is Oklahoma’s oldest theme park, and it’s jam-packed full of excitement. Stroll through the Wild West village, watch a spectacular show, and rev up your adrenaline on a rollercoaster.
  • Safari Joe’s H20 Water and Adventure Park – This safari-themed water park in Tulsa is one of the biggest in the state — and the best part is — it will keep the kids entertained all day long while adults can sip on drinks in the shade.
  • RIVERSPORT Adventure Park - The premier place in the state for outdoor adventure, RIVERSPORT Adventure Park boasts tons of opportunities for fun, including SandRidge Sky Trail — the tallest adventure course of its kind in the world.


Are there any outdoor or indoor water parks in Oklahoma?

Amusement and adventure parks aren’t the only options for park-goers in Oklahoma. There are actually quite a few outdoor and indoor water parks in Oklahoma, including:

  • Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park – Located in Clinton, this park offers all the same fun as an outdoor waterpark, but in an indoor, climate-controlled building that’s 82 degrees year-round. From water slides to lazy rivers to wave pools, the park will keep you entertained all day long.
  • White Water Bay - The biggest water park in Oklahoma City is also one of the best in the state. You can find slow tube rides, fast thrill seekers, a wave pool, and a section for the little tikes.
  • Big Splash - Featuring the biggest wave pool in the southwest, Big Splash also has some big thrill seekers. The kid’s area has many great play toys and little slides. Feel like relaxing? Don't worry; they also have a lazy river.

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