Woodward Park, Tulsa
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We usually make a couple trips to Woodward Park each year. In the spring the azalea garden is wonderful and in the summer, the rose garden is the place to visit.. There is a historical Italian Renaiss... read more »
Just a wonderful park in the heart of Tulsa. So beautiful and the Statue of the Indian w his horse is one of the best ever. I have always loved this park.
Let me be NOT the first person to say this is Tulsa's best Park. It is absolutely gorgeous 12 months out of the year. My favorite time of the year to visit this park is early to mid summer nights. My ... read more »
Grace Grothaus Grimm
Beautiful meandering paths lead to stone bridges over a small creek and pond. Well maintained, spacious lawn is great for picnics or reading. Squirrels are fearless as they are used to being fed and will almost come right up to you. A good spot to bring kids too, there is a swing set. With the adjacent Rose Garden, Tulsa Garden Center and Linnaeus Teaching Garden you can spend a couple hours there easily. Bring bug spray - there are mosquitos in parts of the creek. Great spot for family photos too.
This park is AMAZING, for Pokémon go. There are a lot of players here so if you like your park to be empty, and or don't like talking, then this might not be a good spot for you. You will get questions like "have you caught the Nidoking? its by the pavilion?" Also, this is one of the few spots with over 20 spinners so if your willing to trot a little, you can actually get 2 double drops in about 10 minutes. I have actually don't this. The only downside is the concentration of players appears to lag the game or cell towers somewhat. I hope you enjoy the park.
Its a nice park with a nice garden and even koi fish. We went here for pokemon go for the kids.
Woodward Park is absolutely gorgeous. Everything is currently in bloom and couldn't be healthier. The park has so many different types of locations it's almost shocking. Nature walks, HS Senior portraits, picnics, children playing, local artists, and people relaxing can all be found here. This park is a historical spot and if you have the chance, should be seen in person. Pictures simply don't capture the beauty that can be found.
It's fallen into serious disarray. The gardens are unkempt and overgrown. Yes, the trees and grass are nice for a picnic, or taking the dog out. But it's nowhere near as pretty as I remember.
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