Recreation

The 89'er Theatre

The 89’er TheatreFirst-run movies have arrived in Kingfisher! With three screens, stadium seating and digital sound, the 89'er Theatre, which opened in December 2005, offers big city entertainment with old-time cinema atmosphere (and ticket prices to match!) Replacing the original 89'er Theatre, a Main Street landmark that burned to the ground in March 2004, the new theatre has downtown Kingfisher jumping after dark.

Visit the 89'er Theatre Website

Vernie Snow Aquatic Center

Vernie Snow Aquatic CenterVisitors from miles around come to Kingfisher to enjoy the Vernie Snow Aquatic Center, a beautiful indoor swimming complex including diving pool, splash pool, fountain, slide, and lap lanes. Offerings include: water aerobics classes, locker rooms/showers, swim lessons for young and old, private parties at a reasonable price.

For more information, call (405) 375-3318.

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Kingfisher Park

Take the kids on a train ride through the City of Kingfisher Park, past the Municipal Golf Course and almost to the front door of the Vernie Snow Aquatic Center. The City of Kingfisher Park offers family style picnic areas under shaded pavilions. Standing barbeques offer the family chef the comfort of outdoor cooking while the kids enjoy the playgrounds, the train rides or even swimming.

Reservations for pavilions available at no charge. Train rental available.

For additional information call the City Clerk’s office: (405) 375-3705.

Melba Briscoe Skateboard Park

Open year round for kids of all ages to perfect their skills on skateboards, bicycles, etc.

Located at the corner of West Admire & 8th Street.

Briscoe Sports Complex

Soccer & Baseball Complex for the youth of Kingfisher.  Almost any weekend you will find either a soccer game, baseball game or football game in full swing. 

Located on South 13th Street (South of the high school).  Plenty of parking, restrooms, concession stand.


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