There are a number of open space parks scattered around town some provide playground equipment and even a splash pad to cool off during the Oklahoma summer days.splash pad3While most of the parks are open areas that are perfect for families to hold picnics and reunions, there are two exceptions.

The largest city park is Nichols Park. It was originally laid out in the 1900s and a 17-acre lake used as a water supply source for the community. Now it provides a wide number of recreational activities.
For more information see Historic Nichols Park.
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One of the most recent additions for family recreation is the splash pad and new playground equipment at McCutcheon Park. That park is nocated at the intersection of North Eighth Street and Warren Road.

Tucked away on South Fourth Street is the Rotary Club Park that gives neighborhood children a place to play.

Along Main Street are the Cowboy Heritage and Veterans parks.

Skateboard enthusiasts can be seen just about every day during the summer and evenings during spring and fall showing off their techniques at the skateboard park just south of Main Street next to Lake Drive.jim hall lake

Jim Hall Lake, also known as Lake Henryetta is the source of water for the city of Henryetta. It has 450 surface acres and 11 miles of shoreline. Facilities include boat ramps and docks, primitive campsites, picnic areas and outdoor grills. Camping and boating permits are available at City Hall.

tennis courtsTennis enthusiasts have a modern, well-maintained place to play at the tennis courts on West Main Street. Consisting of four regulaton-sized courts, the facility has recently been upgraded with over $200,000 worth of new surfacing, covered pavilion and restrooms. The facility operates under the guidance of the Henryetta Tennis Associaiton. It dates back to the 1940s and has produced some state champion as well as nationally known tennis players over the years.