Get out and experience Oklahoma's beautiful weather at Earlywine Park. Families can spend the afternoon picnicking and ... More
Get out and experience Oklahoma's beautiful weather at Earlywine Park. Families can spend the afternoon picnicking and playing on the playground. For sporting enthusiasts, a highly regarded golf course presents a welcome challenge. In addition, a tennis center and a soccer and softball field are located on the grounds. If you prefer solitary activities, suit up for a jog on the park's one-and-a-half mile trail. If exercise is not on your mind, just get comfortable and enjoy a southwestern sunset. Kids will enjoy the Earlywine pool and water park that are located inside the park as well.
I think the facility is bright and clean, but it is very crowded. The pool is fun for kids but the swim lessons and team are very crowded. It is hard to get on a machine to excercise because of how crowded it is. They need to keep the pool open longer on Friday through Sunday. The lanes aren't wide enough either. The kids bump into each other alot on the team.
Please understand that the YMCA does not have anything to do with the outdoor water park or the walking track or the outdoor playgrounds! The YMCA only operates in the front corner of the Park! The Earlywine Park YMCA is a terific faciilty that has a lot of value in what it can offer to the whole family! when you consider what all you can get for a family of 4 to particiopate in you are really saving and I have not found any other facility where a family can have 2 hours of free childcare while the parents work out, the whole family can go swimming, teenagers have a safe place to hang out, swimmlessons are only $10 for family members, fitness classees include in my membership!
First of all, too expensive now to go...EVERYTIME we have been here (4 kids so only 5 times or so) $$$ for a pool...they have closed the place due to some kid deficating in the pool. Persoanlly, we think (and others have said so ,too) that the teens want to close early and leave so they claim someone has gone potty in the pool. ALWAYS happens 4-6 hrs before closing. (They claim no one can swim in the shock for 4 hrs so they close early.) They give you a raincheck, but what's fun about taking 4 excited kids to the pool then they close 30 mins after you get there! (I don't let my kids swim until afternoon, sunburn time almost over...) Rude employees,too. Save your money. Go to the Omniplex! or the Zoo!! :)
The park is good; the parents that smoke and leave their butts all over the playground are not. The playgrounds are geared towards older kids - 6+. We usually go to the Southlakes Park also on the 119th on the other side of I44. It's newer, has better equipment and not all the smokers.
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