Pawnee Bathhouse & Waterpark

Pawnee Bathhouse & WaterparkPawnee Lake area
Pawnee, OK 74058

Phone: 918-762-2658
Fax: 918-762-2278
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This beautiful, historic 1939 WPA sandstone rock bathhouse in Pawnee overlooks a two acre fresh water pool and features a sandy beach, water slide, high dive, water trampoline, diving board and paddle boats. The structure is built from hand cut and coursed native stone and has an intricate system of stone steps and walls leading from the building to a swimming area below. It is located at Pawnee Lake and is on the National Historic Register. Picnic sites and beach umbrellas are also available.

***Notice*** (July 14, 2014): Due to low water levels, the Pawnee Waterpark is not open for ...

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking





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Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. After school starts, park open on Sat and Sun only until Labor Day. Please call ahead to verify hours.

Located 1 mile north of Pawnee on Hwy 18.

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From c. walker on 10/21/2010

I visited the Pawnee bath house on Oct 18th. I think that the building is being misused. Dirty, filthy floors and toilets in bad condition. Cigarette butts and beer cans on grounds. Looks like the younger generation,sad to say, is out to destroy the place. I didn't think that liquor should be allowed. I came all the way from the west coast and this was a disappointment.

From Ponca on 08/04/2010

The Pawnee Bath House is closed for 2010 season, due to warm weather, lack of rain, and that algae stuff that grows in that kind of water. BUMMER!

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