Looking for a fun way to get active while soaking up some vitamin D? Try working out at the park! Across Oklahoma, several parks and recreation areas have outdoor workout equipment that’s made specifically for adults. This equipment is free to use and open to the public — so why not take advantage on the sunny summer days?

Below are 12 locations where you can access outdoor gym equipment!

  1. Scissortail Park (Central OK): Located in downtown Oklahoma City, Scissortail Park features several amenities. One perk is the outdoor workout area! Get your burn on just a few yards from the playground, surrounded by native plants.
    • Address: 300 SW 7th, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
  1. Okeene City Park (Northwestern OK): Located near a golf course in Blaine County, Okeene City Park is a great place to get active. Once you finish your park workout on the outdoor gym equipment, discover all the zoo animal sculptures or relax in one of their many picnic areas.
    • Address: 200 S Phillips St., Okeene, OK 73763

South Park in Vinita (Northeastern OK

  1. South Park in Vinita (Northeastern OK): If you need a workout in Eastern Oklahoma, head over to South Park in Vinita. There is plenty of outdoor gym equipment to help you get your 30–60 minutes of daily activity! Plus, you’ll find a playground and splash pad for the kiddos.
    • Address: South Park, Vinita, OK 84301
  1. Bethal Creek Park (Northeastern OK): In Bristow, Bethal Creek Park features an outdoor workout center to help you maintain your healthy habits. If you want to switch up your workout routine, there’s also a walking track that wraps around the park.
    • Address: Bethal Creek Park, Bristow, OK 74010
  1. Kelly Lane Park (Northeastern OK): Spanning 69 acres, this Sapulpa park has a lot to offer, including not one but two park fitness systems! Work out with views of the pond and the dog park. You’ll have a good time while getting your daily active minutes!
    • Address: 1151 S Park St., Sapulpa, OK 74066
  1. Wheeler Park (Library Park) (Northwestern OK): Wheeler Park, also known as Library Park, is located in Watonga, Oklahoma, and features outdoor fitness equipment. Work out while watching your kids play!
    • Address: 200 W 2nd St., Watonga, OK 73772
  1. Cleveland Street Trailhead (Central OK): Instead of a park, check out this … in Enid parking lot! You’ll find outdoor fitness equipment near the Cleveland Street Trailhead. Use it to warm up before your hike or stop by for a quick sweat!
    • Address: S Cleveland St., Enid OK 73703
  1. Roye Park (Eastern OK): Behind the Stigler High School baseball field, you’ll find Roye Park. It’s equipped with park workout equipment and a walking trail, so you’ll have plenty of options for achieving your fitness goals.
    • Address: 1215 NW 10th, Stigler, OK 74462
  1. Pocola City Park (Eastern OK): On this side of the Arkansas border is Pocola City Park. This park features an outdoor fitness center that’s free and open to the public during normal park hours.
    • Address: S Pocola Blvd., Pocola, OK 74902

Shawnee Airport Walking Trail and Japanese Peace Garden (Central OK):

  1. Shawnee Airport Walking Trail and Japanese Peace Garden (Central OK): Home to both nature and fitness, this beautiful area offers stunning views, a paved walking trail and basic workout equipment. This park workout is sure to be peaceful!
    • Address: 1644 N Airport Dr., Shawnee, OK 74804
  1. Pryor Creek Recreation Center (Northeastern OK): At the Pryor Creek Recreation Center, you’ll find a brand-new outdoor fitness center that’s perfect for adults looking to lead a healthy lifestyle. There are plenty of other amenities at the center as well — because here, fitness is fun!
    • Address: 12 N Rose St., Pryor Creek, OK 74361
  1. S. Roberts Park (Northeastern OK): North of Tulsa city limits is B.S. Roberts Park. This park features an outdoor fitness center and other park amenities, so it’s perfect for an active day for the whole family!
    • Address: N Greenwood Ave., Tulsa, OK 74106

With that many options, it’s easier (and breezier) than ever to get outside and get your move on! If you’re looking for more ways to experience your state for free, check out our list of 100+ free summer activities.