For a full listing of Oklahoma’s playground, please visit our Accessible Playground Directory
City of Yukon
Freedom Trail Playground–2101 S. Holly Avenue. The playground is an award winning handicap accessible playground which includes a toddler play area, dinosuar dig and Oklahoma Native areas.
Dreamcatcher Playground — is located at Choctaw Elementary School, 14663 NE 3rd. DREAMCATCHER PLAYGROUND…Replacing barriers with smiles, laughter and play. The playground development has been divided into four phases. Phase I was constructed by a community of 300 volunteers in October 2004. This phase provided a school aged structure with a variety of slides, climbers, monkey bars, panels, bridges, spinners and a space net climber. Phase II was completed in September 2006, adding two banks of swings, a basketball court, sidewalks and sod, resurfacing the concrete play area with asphalt, and addressing drainage issues. Phase III was added in October 2009 and included a Sway Fun® Glider and an Evos™ playsystem. NOTE: UNCERTAIN OF WHAT TYPE OF SURFACING THE PLAYGROUND HAS.
Cross Timbers Elementary School — 4800 N. Kelly. The school has a fully universally accessible playground with pour-in-place surfacing and adapted swings thanks to a grant from the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation. A Braille map of the play area also will be provided for children with vision challenges. Thanks to Lowes and other supporters including Walmart, all students, including those with disabilities, have a contained, safe area to play outdoors. The playground has created opportunities for educators to implement new physical education curricula for Cross Timbers students.
Lake Hefner Park Boundless™ Playground — 4491 South Lake Hefner Road.