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Our Parks and Facilities

Leesa Cornett Park

This 2-acre park in remembrance of Newcastle native, Leesa Cornett, Miss Oklahoma 1987. This park is equipped with a playground, picnic tables, pavillion, restrooms and volleyball courts.

Lions Park

This 5-acre park was donated to the City of Newcastle. This park is located next to Newcastle Fire Department's Station 3 (unmanned). It is equipped with a playground, pavillon and tennis court.

Puckett Park

This 2-acre park was donated to the City of Newcastle by the Puckett Family (appropriately named) in 1978. This park is located by the Newcastle Police Department and Fire Department. It is equipped with picnic tables and a fountain.

Veterans Park

This is the largest park in Newcastle, encompassing over 90 acres near the Newcastle Elementary School and Newcastle Public Library and Multi-Purpose Center. This park is equipped with picnic tables, restrooms, pavillon, soccer fields, baseball fields, volley ball courts and a basketball court, and a soon-to-be-completed splashpad.

If you are interested in reserving one of these local parks for private use, you may contact City Hall (405) 387-4427 for more information and fees.

This is the largest park in Newcastle, encompassing 25 acres near the Newcastle Elementary School and Newcastle Public Library and Multi Purpose Center. This park is equipped with picnic tables, restrooms, pavillon, soccer fields, baseball fields, volley ball courts and a basketball court.

This 5-acre park was donated to the City of Newcastle. This park is located next to Newcastle Fire Department's Station 3 (unmanned). It is equipped with a playground, pavilion and tennis court.

This 2-acre park in remembrance of Newcastle native, Leesa Cornett, Miss Oklahoma 1987. This park is equipped with a playground, picnic tables, pavilion, restrooms and volleyball courts.

This 2-acre was donated to the City of Newcastle by the Puckett Family (appropriately named) in 1978. This park is located by the Newcastle Police Department and Fire Department. It is equipped with picnic tables and a fountain.