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E.C. Hafer Park, Edmond

(4.6/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • Need a place close to home where the kids can run, play and generally wear themselves out before bed time? Here is a great place for that. Plus, a great place for you and them to get out into fresh ai...  more »
  • This is a pretty park with lots of shaded walking paths, benches, playgrounds, pond and gazebo with water fountain. There are lots of geese n ducks that are friendly. There is a large rock wall the ki...  more »
  • What a fun park! Pretty trees, waking path, duck pond and lots of little playgrounds for the kids. Definitely a great picnic spot too!  more »
  • Probably the best park in Edmond. It has something for everyone to enjoy. There are three different playground areas, walking trails, duck/kids fishing pond, and several areas to have a picnic. The area is fairly wooded so there plenty of shade. There is also a restroom on site that is usually fairly clean.
  • Quiet and well kept park with several areas to play. Always scenic, I've had friends who got married in the pavilion at the pond. Plenty of photogenic squirrels, ducks, geese, and trees.
  • Awesome trails, good vibes from fellow citizens; kids have play area too; beware of the ducks, they can be naughty sometimes; overall an excellent morning or evening getaway
  • Excellent park. Among the best around. This park gives OKC something to look up to, before it tries to compete with Tulsa. The trials are all pavers and decently lit for the most part. Lots of designated playground areas, sectioned off in a safe way that just makes sense. Traffic isn't really an issue, unlike Martin Nature Park in OKC. Ample parking. Multitude of attractions like a pond and gazebo-esque dock for bird watching, a rock-climbing wall and art abound. Many municipal areas for sitting, observation, entertaining, picnicking or what have you. Very well maintained. Friendly to those who may want to cast a blanket in the grass and soak in the nature. There are even doggie water fountains for your thirsty furry friends. You will enjoy Hafer Park.
  • Love that this park has a pond and a ton of huge ducks for the kids to feed. It's usually pretty crowded though.