Are you craving a day out in the great outdoors? There’s no day quite like one spent at the best outdoor water park in Oklahoma. Lakes are a dime a dozen in the Sooner State, so I wanted to feature one that offers a little something extra. Head to Lake Murray in Oklahoma and you’ll find an outdoor water playground that’s filled with fun for the whole family.

Doesn’t this Ardmore water park look like fun? You’ll find memory-making adventure around every corner right here in The Sooner State. Which water park in Oklahoma is your favorite? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

For more information about Lake Murray State Park, check out our previous article here.

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The Best Outdoor Water Park In Oklahoma

What are the best water parks in Oklahoma?
Oklahoma is not the type of place you typically associate with a tropical oasis, but its many waterparks and family fun centers just might have you thinking otherwise. This incredible state features a wide variety of attractions, including Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Comanche Nation Waterpark (which is not as populated as many throughout the state, so it’s perfect for an intimate outing with the family), and the climate-controlled Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park that’s perfect for wintertime fun.

When do water parks open in Oklahoma?
Some water parks, like Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park, are open year-round thanks to climate controlled, indoor environments. Outdoor parks tend to open around Memorial Day and operate through Labor Day, though dates vary depending on weather patterns and each business’ preferred hours of operation.

What do I need to bring to a water park in Oklahoma?
Whether you are a resident or a visitor, Oklahoma’s landscape and many natural and man-made water features are a true treat and make for an ideal way to spend the day in the sun. As with any other time or place that may lead to prolonged sun exposure, it’s essential to protect yourself against heat exhaustion. Bring plenty of water, sun screen, and even a shady hat. You’ll also want to bring essentials like towels, sun screen, and even an extra outfit. It’s always better to come over prepared!

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