Recreation

In Oakley you can relax in either of our two fine parks. Whether it's a picnic, a place for the kids to play, or just a pleasant place to unwind that you are looking for, you can find it in Oakley. In the summer, enjoy our Cool Pool, and the Palace Theater is a great choice any weekend.
  1. 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament

    Learn about the 3 on 3 basketball tournament including player eligibility rules, scoring, and fouls and violations. An entry form can also be found.

  2. Annie Oakley Park

    Annie Oakley Park means family fun. Romp in the playground, stroll through the lighted trail, relax in the gazebo, or enjoy a picnic in one of the many shelters.

  3. Bertrand City Park

    Nestled between the Memorial Garden to the north and the Fick Fossil Museum and Oakley City Library on the south is Bertrand City Park.

  4. Hunting

    Oakley is in the heart of the western High Plains of Kansas. Originally short grass prairie and nearly treeless, the High Plains today is mostly settled and farmland covers much of the region.

  5. Oakley Golf Course & Country Club

    The 9-hole course features 3,002 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35. The course rating is 68.0 and it has a slope rating of 105.

  6. Oakley Municipal Pool

    The cool pool at Annie Oakley Park is located at 5th Street and Price Avenue and was built in 1997. The pool opens on Memorial Day weekend and is open until Labor Day.

  7. Palace Theater

    The Palace Community Theater shows movies each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening, as well as occasional special events. The Palace features first run movies and reasonably priced concessions.

  8. Walking Trails

    The Nature Conservancy’s Smoky Valley Ranch is home to one of the newest hiking trails in Kansas. Maintained by the Kansas Trails Council, the hiking trail runs through the area known as Rough Pasture.