Chandler Park



About the Park

In 1958, Claude Chandler donated 100 acres of his quarry to Tulsa County for a west side park. This area was called the Lost City Park area for years before a park. In 1961, the area is renamed to Chandler Park and officially becomes the county’s second park. It was mainly used as a picnic area until the late 1960's, when a miniature golf course, baseball diamonds and tennis courts were added. Today it has 192 acres of wooded area, several features and amenities that include amazing panoramic views of Tulsa and Sand Springs, OK. 

For historical literature related to Chandler Park, see Washington Irving: Tour of the Prairies and Samuel Washington Woodhouse: A Naturalist in Indian Territory

Location | Hours

6500 W. 21st St. | Tulsa, OK 74107
Park Hours: 7 a.m. - 1 hour after sunset

Phone number: (918) 591-6053

Park Overview Map

Features and Amenities

Chandler Park Community Center Splash Park 

Disc Golf Courses (Moose and Bear)
All disc golf events/fundraisers must be reviewed by Tulsa Disc Sports Association (TDSA), our Tulsa County Parks Partner.

Hiking and Nature Trials  3 Picnic Pavillions  Outdoor Basketball Court
Picnic Tables and Grills Chandler Park Homeschool Program  Restrooms

Events, Activities & Programs Calendar

If your organization, company, or non-profit is planning an outdoor special event using any of the park amenities, please call 918-596-5979.