Noble, OK 73068
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In 2007 the City of Noble constructed the city’s first water recreation facility. Working with the Noble Park Commission and the Noble Now Foundation, the City constructed a 5000 square feet splash pad located in Dane Park, 501 S. 8th Street in Noble.
The Splash pad which was named in honor of Austin Hailey is officially called “Austin’s Big Splash”. The pad was opened in May of 2007 and has been well attended. 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. The City is planning to add features that include water cannons and spilling buckets.
The splash pad is opened in May of each year and is available six days per week (It is closed on Tuesdays for maintenance) until after Labor Day. There is no charge to the participants and there is no age limit.
The Splash pad was part of the master plan to develop Dane Park into a children’s park that included a playground area, a skateboard park, picnic tables, a pavilion, and restrooms. The plan also added a community garden area that may be reserved by Noble residents to grow fresh vegetables and flowers and a lighted walking track that connects on the south to Kenneth L. King Park.
Hours of Operation:
Wed - Monday 10:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Closed on Tuesdays for maintenance.