Parks & Recreation

About Parks & Recreation

Trent Perkins
Parks and Recreation Director

Todd Earp
Assistant Parks and Recreation Director

Our Parks

The City of Weatherford has twelve parks containing over eight hundred (800) acres with many picnic and play areas.

Please click on the name of park for more information:

Centennial Park
located at Broadway and Main
Features: water fountain, gazebo, time capsule, picnic area, historical bricks

Clark Park
located at Huber and Indiana
Features: swimming pool, toddler pool, pavilion, wading pool, play area, stage, and as of 2020 the NEW THUNDER COURT.

Condor Park
located at Condor Dr. and W. Main
Features: picnic area, play area

Heritage Park
located across from City Hall
Located along Historic Route 66 in Weatherford is Heritage Park. Relax on the porch equipped with music, free wifi, swings and tables. Fun for all to enjoy, kids can visit the playground area and your fur babies can enjoy the dog park. Coming soon summer 2021-restrooms and a replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall.

Lockstone Park
located at Saber Lane and Washington
Features: rocket slide, picnic area, small play area

Means Park
located at Huber and Indiana Streets
Features: pavilions (2), 2 acres of play area, gazebo

Rader Park
located in the NE part of the city
Features: golf cart storage, soccer fields, nature trail, sand volleyball, women’s softball fields, 18 acres of playground area, rodeo arena, basketball goals, horseshoe pit, 18 hole golf course and club house, pavilions

Rader Park West Complex
located at
Features: baseball fields, basketball court, 2 mile cross country track, 1 mile walking trail, softball fields, pavilions and picnic areas, play area, tennis courts (6), plus one championship court, and Pickleball Courts (4). Also featured is the “Ole” Fishin Hole pond, located in the NW corner of the park. It covers 6.5 surface acres and is fully stocked & lighted. Fishing license is required. Floating dock and picnic area are lighted. Located around the Ole Fishin Hole is a frisbee golf course. Across the street on the north side of the walking trail is the Splash Pad.

Thacker Park
located at 4th and Huber
Features: pavilion, play area, basketball court

Tom Stafford Park
located between 8th and Broadway on Tom Stafford
Features: monument of Tom Stafford and family, proposed Stafford Gardens

Triplett Park
located west from Condor Park
Features: proposed play area

Weber Park
located at Washington and Delarice
Features: large & small pavilions, play area with creek and hills, sand volleyball

About Our Parks

The City of Weatherford has eleven parks containing over eight hundred (800) acres with many picnic and play areas. Scroll through this page to see which one you would like to visit first

Centennial Park 

Located at Broadway and Main

Clark Park

Located at Huber and Indiana

Clark Park

Located at Condor Dr. and W. Main

Heritage Park

Located across from City Hall

Lockstone Park

Located at Saber Lane and Washington

Means Park

Located at Huber and Indiana

Rader Park

Located in NE Weatherford

Thacker Park

Located at 4th and Huber

Tom Stafford Park

Located between 8th and Broadway on Tom Stafford

Triplett Park

Located west from Condor Park


Located at Washington and Delarice

About The Golf Club

Jim Petree
Prairie West Golf Club Manager

Patrick Brewer
Course Superintendent

Weatherford’s 18-hole Prairie West Golf Club facility features 6,721 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71, and there are tees for players of all levels. The course rating is 69.6 and it has a slope rating of 120. Designed by Ward Maynard, the Weatherford golf course opened in 1971.

Prairie West Golf Club serves as the home course for the Southwestern Oklahoma State men’s and women’s teams.

View the course scorecard and layout.

The Prairie West Golf Club recently finished with the construction of their new clubhouse. The total cost of the construction was $880,000 with an additional cost of $50,000 for new equipment and furniture. With the help of members and the City of Weatherford, the golf club has received almost all of those costs in cash and pledges.

Weatherford RC Flyers

A Message from the Chief

The Weatherford RC Flyers is a club formed over 25 years ago and currently has approximately 20 members. The Flyers strive to be a family oriented organization with spouses and youth welcome to attend as spectators and pilots. All are welcome to attend Flyer events as spectators. Members of the Academy of Model Aeronautics may participate as guest pilots.

Field Hours:
All day Monday through Saturday
After 1PM on Sunday

For more information, contact:
David Cole
(580) 774- 0509

Club Benefits

  • Club cookouts/ picnics
  • New-pilot training
  • Planned activities
  • Open events

Club Restrictions

  • Guests welcome
  • AMA Membership
  • No drugs/ alcohol
  • No pets
  • Probationary Period

Field Activities Permitted

  • 3-D
  • Ducted Fan
  • Electric
  • Fixed Wing
  • Fuel: gas
  • Giant scale
  • Helicopters
  • Park flyers
  • Pattern
  • Radio control
  • Soaring

Field Restrictions

  • No alcohol
  • No firearms
  • No hunting
  • No pyrotechnics
  • No turbines
  • No vendors