Recreation opportunities abound in and around Claremore. Family fun activities like fishing, swimming, camping, sailing, and boating can be enjoyed on the shores of Lake Oologah. Family outings, scenic strolls, picnic shelters, fishing, heated dock, bike and walking trails are available on beautiful Claremore Lake.
Children and youth enjoy activities like special summer camps and the popular after school program “Blast.” Claremore and Rogers County have extensive private and public hunting, fishing, and trail experiences.
Claremore Park System is recognized as one of the finest in Oklahoma. Parks are accessible in every area of the city including sports complexes, tennis courts, soccer and ball fields, playground equipment and walking trails.
The City of Claremore Park Department’s current bike and walking trails are 2.5 miles. The trail connects Claremore Community Center and Claremore Lake Park, goes around the soccer complex, and continues through a scenic wooded area.
The City is continually investing in improvements to the Parks and Recreation amenities in Claremore. The newest addition to the park system is a splash pad located at Will Rogers Park (1700 Camden Road). The splash pad is the first step in a multi-phase renovation of Will Rogers Park which will include a shelter, restrooms, walking trails, and a large playground.
Joe Kays, Director
2301 N. Sioux Ave • (918) 342-2522 • www.claremorecity.com
Claremore’s Super Recreation Center is an outstanding facility that features an Olympic-size indoor pool with zero entry, basketball, tennis and racquetball courts, weight and exercise room, indoor and outdoor jogging tracks, multi-purpose aerobics room, and child care services. Membership and daily passes are available. Family and corporate rates are also available.
595 Veterans Pkwy • (918) 341-4516
Claremore Community Center is located on north Sioux Avenue and features many activities for adults and youth. Meeting, conference, and banquet rooms are also available.
Sue Payne, Administrative Assistant • 2301 N. Sioux Ave • (918) 341-7289
Rogers State University Conservation Education Reserve is located on the campus of Rogers State University. The reserve is a 120-acre outdoor classroom for students and adults of all ages to use as a living textbook and to learn the value of conserving our natural resources. Reserve includes butterfly & herb gardens, fishing pond, wetland boardwalk, wildlife viewing area, hardwood trail, tall grass prairie trail, greenhouse, ropes course and more.
1701 W. Will Rogers Blvd • (918) 341-4147