Whitlock Park Swimming Pool – Drumright OK

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The park’s swimming pool and bathhouse were constructed by the WPA in 1939-1940, and are still in use. According to the Oklahoma Landmarks Inventory Nomination, “The bathhouse has three rooms and is a single-story, rectangular…structure constructed of uncut native stone of auburn and buff colors with beaded mortar… The swimming pool is constructed of concrete and is rectangular… A stone wall lining was built around this pool. A new fence has been added.”   (http://www.okhistory.org)

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Location Info


Whitlock Park
Drumright, OK 74030

Coordinates: 35.982625, -96.60804

2 comments on “Whitlock Park Swimming Pool – Drumright OK

  1. The pool had been out of use for twelve tears, and was demolished two years ago. A contract is in place to install a splash pad at this location in 2017. The pool house is still standing.

  2. Mark Whinnery

    A Splash Pad now exists at this location. The bathhouse still exists.

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