Parks & Recreation

New Moore Recreation Center

The City of Moore Parks and Recreation Department works to provide quality recreational opportunities for all citizens of Moore. The Department strives to provide safe and eye pleasing areas for recreational purposes, and to coordinate efforts to maximize the use of existing parks.

The City offers a variety of parks and recreational facilities, including a Community Center, a Senior Citizens Center, sports parks, playgrounds and neighborhood parks. We also sponsor and organize many events and activities.

Click here for Online class and program schedules. 

The City of Moore Parks & Recreation Department is excited to announce the start of its online registration system and activity guide. 

Simply click on an option of "Play a Sport, Reserve a Facility, or View Activities" on the left hand side of the website. 

To use the new system you will create an account and follow the instructions from there.  It’s that easy!

You can now reserve a room or pavilion, and enroll in an activity or program from the convenience of your home.

The Moore Community Center is located on the northeast corner of SW 4th and I-35, and offers Moore residents a variety of facilities including meeting rooms and a gymnasium. It also houses the administrative offices of the Parks and Recreation Department.

The Community Center has four meeting rooms available for non-profit community use. Rooms 1-4 will seat 50 persons each; Rooms 1-2 combined will seat 100, as will Rooms 3-4 combined. Kitchen/snack bar facilities are available.

Enroll in Zumba classes today!

Starting a fitness program may be one of the best things you can do for your health. Physical activity can reduce your risk of chronic disease, improve your balance and coordination, help you lose weight — even improve your sleep habits and self-esteem. And there's more good news. You can do it with help from Moore Parks and Recreation.

See what is happening at the Moore Community Center. 

The Parks Board serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council, and makes recommendations to the Council regarding the planning, development, maintenance and betterment of the city park system. The Parks Board meets at 7pm on the 1st Tuesday of each month (unless preempted by a City Council meeting), in the City Council Chambers at City Hall. 

Learn about all that the City of Moore has to offer with our parks and facilities. 

News and Updates from the Moore Parks and Recreation Department

Monday, March 14, 2016 - 9:00am to Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - 12:00pm

Ages:  7 to 16 years
Fee:  $60.00 per person
Instructor:  Scott Hodges; Westmoore Men’s Basketball Coach

The Moore Community Center is offering Tippi Toes Dance classes.  Ages 18 months to 10 years of age.  
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Winter Basketball Schedules 2015-2016

Registration: February 1st– March 5th
When: Games Saturdays starting April 9th
Where: Moore Community Center/Recreation Center
Time: League runs 4 weeks
Cost: $60 Resident $70 Non-Resident           
Regular Season: 8 Games
Age: Girls 9/10 & 11/12; Age Determination Date: September 1st 2015
Registration Type: Online
Team Maximum: 8 per DivisionPractices Begin: March 30th
Birth Certificates Due: April 8th