Pawnee Bathhouse & Waterpark

Pawnee Bathhouse & Waterpark Pawnee Lake Rd
Pawnee, OK 74058

Phone: 918-762-2658
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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 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.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

Day

Open

Close

Sunday

12:00 pm

6:00 pm

Tuesday

12:00 pm

6:00 pm

Wednesday

12:00 pm

6:00 pm

Thursday

12:00 pm

6:00 pm

Friday

12:00 pm

6:00 pm

Saturday

12:00 pm

6:00 pm

Open seasonally from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Please call ahead to verify hours.

Admission: $3 per person

Children ages 2 & under: Free

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

Located 1 mile north of Pawnee on Hwy 18. Turn off on N3480 Rd, then turn west on Pawnee Lake Rd. Bathhouse is located on the southern end of Pawnee City Lake.




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From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/04/16

Stephanie, unfortunately we don't have another phone number for the Pawnee Bathhouse, but you can contact the Pawnee Chamber of Commerce and they may be able to assist you. Their direct number is 918-762-2108. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Stephenie on 08/03/16

Is there another phone number? I've been calling for 3 days and not had anybody answer and no voicemail has picked up.


From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/01/16

Stephanie, according to our information the Pawnee Bathhouse should be open on that date, but you can also call them directly to verify at 918-762-2658. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Stephenie on 07/29/16

Are you open on Saturday the 6th of august


From Patti Novotny on 06/27/16

I work for the City of Pawnee and the Pawnee Bath House IS OPEN for the 2016 season. Thank you and come have a blast with our wonderful lifeguards!!


From Elaina_rose on 06/12/16

Beautiful property kept clean and well taken care of. The life guards are very attentive and polite. We had a great time today with the family. It was closed for a couple years due to the drought, but they are open again and it was well worth the trip.


From Mrs. E. Bartley on 06/25/15

This Park is NO LONGER OPEN as of 6-25-2015


From c. walker on 10/21/10

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 08/04/10

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!


From NotCityfied on 08/03/10

We love the Pawnee Bathhouse! My family and friends make the drive there at least once every summer, usually at the end. The water toys change every year, so you never know what will be there. The hours are unpredictable, so you need to call ahead of time and make sure they are open. That said, the bathrooms are cleaners than an outhouse, it is less crowded than a lake, and a lot cheaper than White Water! It's like going to the lake, but with diving boards, paddle boats, and a concession stand! If you're looking for clear water and concrete, you should probably look elsewhere.


From TravelOK.com Staff on 07/27/10

We are very sorry for the confusion. A call was made to the Pawnee Bathhouse and the hours have been corrected. Thank you for letting us know and we certainly apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused your family.


From disappointed on 07/26/10

We drove 2 hours just to find it closed!! The hours on the website stated everyday 1-6. Guess what it is only Wed- Sun 1-6. No one was around. The restrooms were dirty and several wasps. However the landscaping was nice. I also did not see a water trampoline or diving board as mentioned in everything I had read. I would like to try again just not sure.?


From bhines on 07/24/10

it only costs $2 a person and the facility was clean and everyone was very nice when we went. My kids had a blast, they range from age 17 to 6 yrs old..I'm 33 and had a blast going down the water slide..there were also life guards on duty and free paddle boats..no it's not Big Splash..but it's a lake w beautiful flowers w/ trimmed grass and sand not cement and chemicals.. My family loves it, we drive from Bixby to there all the time.


From un happy family on 07/06/10

this place was not made out to be what it looks like on this website. we got there and we were very unhappy with what we had showed up to. from the pictures it looked like it would be fun and exciting but it wasnt. there was no water trampoline, there was tall grass everywhere in thewater plus sticks and rocks,the high jumps were not what we expected either. the bathrooms were covered in wasp n wasp nests and had no toilet paper n were very un clean. this place was a big disappointment. our family will not attend this place for another family outting. it was ridiculous!!!!


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