Parks and Recreation

 

Riley Park Recreational Trail

The City of Noble has finished a beautiful recreational trail in the seven-acre Riley Park located at 1401 N. Main Street on the north end of town.

The City obtained a park grant to construct a lighted, kihard-surface walking track that features a historical railroad bridge. The track is 8/10ths of a mile long and includes a trailhead stretching area, handicapped parking, and new picnic pavilion.

Riley Park is traversed by a natural creek and is landscaped with several varieties of full-grown trees. The west end of the park is bordered by an old limestone rock-and-brick bridge that was built by the Santa Fe Railroad in 1887. The bridge predates even the historical Land Run of 1889-the event that marks the beginning of Noble’s colorful history.

Fencing, park benches and picnic tables were added as well to make this a great recreational space for Noble residents for years to come.

 

Dane Park

Located on five acres in a heavily populated area with an adjoining senior citizen village, Dane Park serves the young and old alike. The park features a community garden and Splash Pad.  Future plans for the park include multi-purpose trails and a skateboard park.

Austin Haley Memorial Splash Pad  

“Austin’s Big Splash” in honor of Austin Haley opened in May of 2007 and is a huge hit amongst Noble families. A multi colored surface, covered with beautiful geographic designs is fitted with state of the art nozzles that squirt water when set off by a manual activator. Park benches have been placed around the splash pad to accommodate visitors who stay for hours. There is no charge to the participants and there is no age limit.  Open everyday (except Tuesdays) starting in May through Labor Day.

Kenneth L. King Park

This park property was donated in 2007 and is the site of the King Park Recreational Trail a one mile hard surfaced walking trail also located primarily in a highly wooded area immediately west of Hubbard Elementary School.   One attractive feature of King Park is that it will be accessible underneath Maguire Road though the concrete bridge to the walking trail at Dane Park. This will provide more than 1.5 miles of walking trails in these two connected parks.

Kenneth L. King Park

Baseball on Front Street

If you like baseball we have several nice ball fields in Noble. Did you know there is a ball field on South Front Street East of the railroad tracks? There is high mast lighting, maintained diamonds, doughouts, covered bleachers, and consessions.

Ball Field on Front Street
Noble RoundUp Club ArenaRoundUp Club Sign

The arena is on Front Street in Noble, East of the railroad tracks. If you like rid'n & rop'n, this is a great place for you to show your spurs and wave your hat.
RoundUp Arena