O'Brien Park

 

 


Location | Hours

6149 N. Lewis Ave. | Tulsa, OK 74130
Park Hours: 7am-11pm

Park Overview Map

About the Park

In 1959 the county purchased 88 acres in North Tulsa County for $50,000 to build Northside County Park. It is the only Tulsa County Park in which land was purchased by the commissioners specifically to build a park. Northside County Park opened in 1962 to the public with only six concrete picnic tables. In 1966 the park was renamed to O’Brien Park in memory of District 1 Commissioner Frank O’Brien who made the park a reality.

Today, the park covers over 140 acres. It is best known for its baseball complex, recreation center, community garden and the only combined disc golf and ball golf course in Oklahoma.

Features | Amenities

  • Recreation Center
  • 3 Picnic Pavilions
  • 18-hole Disc Golf Course
  • Golf Training & Practice Course
    • O’Brien has a three-hole layout incorporating par 3’s, and 4’s, 14 tee-box locations, a driving range with one of the largest tee-boxes in the area. The target greens are over an acre of real grass elevated teeing area (no mats) with three lakes that stream around the course and practice areas for both putting and/or chipping. This is a walking course.
  • Splash Pad (May-October)
  • 10 Baseball Fields
  • Batting Cage
  • Picnic Tables & Grills
  • Walking Trails
  • Green Spaces
  • 2 Playgrounds
  • Fishing Pond (no permit needed)
  • North Tulsa Victory Garden

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.