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LaFortune Park is over 270 acres tucked in midtown Tulsa, OK. It is the only County Park within the Tulsa City limits. The park has as golf, baseball, tennis, a 5k trail, pool, croquet court, playgrounds, picnic tables, shelters, fishing and a...more
Take some old bread and stop off and feed the ducks. This is a great adventure for smaller children, even our 10 year old grandson enjoyed the experience. Enter the duck feeding area off Yale towards 51st street. Plenty of ducks and turtles to feed.
It's a little over 3 miles. I've walked around it hundreds of times, over the years. I there is always a lot going on and the people I see are usually very friendly. I've watched crickt, golf, softball games, even sat and fed the ducks...More
We use all the facilities offered at LaFortune. We play golf at least once a week at LaFortune which is a challenging course in the area. Long course with a wide open fast greens.
Tennis facility is great with leagues for every level. The croquet...More
LaFortune Park is a nice option in Tulsa if you're looking for a place to be active, whether running, walking, or cycling. It's not necessarily a large park but it has a variety of things to go. There are baseball fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, and...More
I grew up playing at this park! I can still remember the old brown log style swing sets and "gyms". They've kept the park up nicely over the years. I walked that 3 mile track all through my growing up years. Drove past it yesterday...More
This great urban park houses a municipal golf course and 3-mile walking loop. There is fishing at the pond and a beautiful community center. There are world class tennis courts too. There is a very good library by the pond. There are places for birthday...More
Three mile path surrounds Par3 golf course and is partially wooded/shady. Awesome children's area on southwest side of park - equipment appropriate for little ones and bigger kids. Lots of parking, mainly on west side. Great safe place to get a workout in if you...More
Larry...sorry I just saw your question. I'm not sure about the rules regarding fishing. Here in Phoenix, the city requires a license for all fishing at public parks, so it's possible other cities would, as well. The Parks... More
Larry...sorry I just saw your question. I'm not sure about the rules regarding fishing. Here in Phoenix, the city requires a license for all fishing at public parks, so it's possible other cities would, as well. The Parks Department/City website would probably help you out. Good luck!