Oklahoma Water Parks and Theme Parks

Oklahoma water park Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

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Are you looking for fun in Oklahoma? The state doesn't have a ton of theme parks or water parks, but it does have a few places to cool down, catch a wave, and ride a coaster or two. Let's check them out. They are listed in alphabetical order.

The Clubhouse in Ardmore Oklahoma

City of Ardmore

The Clubhouse in Ardmore

A small facility, The Clubhouse has the distinction of being a municipally operated family entertainment center. It is located in the city of Ardmore’s Regional Park. Among the attractions are go-karts, a zipline, mini golf, the Eagle’s Landing adventure course, an arcade, a soft play area, a Water Wars attraction, and a seasonal ice rink. There are also party rooms to rent and a cafe that offers items such as burgers, sandwiches, pizza, and wraps.

Comanche Nation Waterpark in Lawton

Attractions at the small outdoor water park include a wave pool, tube slides, speed slide, lazy river, children's play area, and an arcade.

Diamondback roller coaster at Frontier City

Six Flags

Frontier City in Oklahoma City

This is a medium-sized, traditional amusement park that is operated by Six Flags. Coasters include the wooden Wildcat, the inverted Steel Lasso, and the Schwarzkopf-manufactured Silver Bullet steel coaster. Other attractions include a log flume, a Ferris wheel, and Dodgems. While there is not a full-fledged water park, Frontier City offers Wild West Water Works, which includes sprayers, small water slides, a tipping bucket, and other ways to cool down, as well as Guly Washer, a slide complex with a number of water slides

River Country in Muskogee

The small, outdoor, municipal park offers two slides, the Willow Creek lazy river, a zero-depth entry pool, and children's interactive play area.

Safari Joe's H20 Water Park in Tulsa

The medium-sized outdoor water park features the state's only Master Blaster uphill water coaster as well as a lazy river, wave pool, the Reptile Rush speed slides, a children's play area, an activity pool and body and tube water slides. The park also offers live animal encounters in its Reptile World building.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park in Oklahoma City

Six Flags

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Oklahoma City

This is an enormous outdoor water park with tons of water slides and attractions. Among the features are the Acapulco Cliff Dive speed slides, the Bermuda Triangle tube slides, the Big Kahuna family raft ride, the Cannonball Falls body slides, the Pipeline Wave halfpipe slide, the Ripqurl bowl slide, a lazy river, and a wave pool. New for 2021, Hurricane Harbor will be opening Wahoo Racer, a multi-lane mat-racing slide.

Splash Zone in Enid

The small, outdoor water park features mat and sled slides, tube slides, a lazy river, activity pool, and Kiddie Cove children's play area. It offers reduced-price spectator rates for those not interested in the slides and attractions.

Water-Zoo indoor water park in Oklahoma


Water-Zoo in Clinton

Despite its name, there are no live animals here. The climate-controlled indoor water park is open year-round (although it closes mid-week during the off-season) and offers a wave pool, a lazy river, water slides, including a bowl ride, an activity pool, an interactive water play center with a tipping bucket, and Cub's Cove, a water play area for young children. There are adjacent hotels as well as a campground that have water park packages.

Wild Willie's Water Park Oklahoma

Wild Willie's Water Park

Wild Willie's Water Park in Enid

A small, outdoor water park, Wild Willie's attractions include a lazy river, an activity pool, a tube water slide, a speed slide, and Lil’ Willie’s Cove, a water play area for young children.