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The City of Guymon
The City of Guymon
424 N Main St.
Guymon, OK 73942
(580) 338-0137

Other Guymon Parks
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Centennial Park Pond, located at the Hwy 3, 54, 64 & 136 junction. (Miranda Gilbert photo)


Apache Park
Located on Sunset Drive in the SW part of town, south of the golf course. Pocket park with picnic table.

Centennial Park, ET Guymon Park
Located at the junctions of Highway 3, 54, 64, and 136. 5 acre park with ¼ mile walking trail, 2 benches, gazebo, pond with a fountain and water fall, windmill, antique farm equipment, petroleum industry exhibit, Demolay monument, elevated plaza with historical plaques, clock, and American flag display.


Cross Park
Entrance at NW 15th and Canyon. 10 acres of park area in the developmental stage. Site of the YMCA, walking trail, and soccer field.

Dale Park
Located on May Street between SE 7th and 8th Streets. 1 acre with 20 x 50 pavilion, new modular playground structure, new restroom, swing set, climbing gym, and grill.

Fowler Park
Enter at NW 17th and Ellison. 6 acres including 1 swing set, a modular playstructure, basketball court, 2 tennis courts, 1 sheltered picnic table.


Grider Tot Park
NE 9th and East Streets. Tot park that includes a swing set, riding animals, modular play structure, merry-go-round, slide, picnic table, and two benches.

No Man's Land Regional and Skateboard Park
Located on Highway 3 East, enter at Perkins or Morgan Streets. 7 acres with a swing set, climbing gym, skateboard park, 6 sheltered picnic tables, 6 grills, American flag display.

North Park
NE 12th and Crumley Streets. 4 acres includes 2 teeter-totters, slide, climbing bars, swing set, picnic tables under 40x100 shelter, 1 cooker, 6 tennis courts, a play structures for the handicapped.

Oklahoma Park
Located between SW 2nd and 3rd and Canyon and Oklahoma Streets. 2 acre park with 3 swing sets, 2 climbers, picnic tables, and merry-go-round.

9 Hole Disc Golf Course
Located on the north side of Thompson Park, just east of the Wildlife Refuge.

Braley Park
Undeveloped future park area located at NE 17th and Johnson Streets. Accepted by the city May 1996.