Charlie McCown’s Park
Located at 200 E. Broadway, this park is Lexington’s biggest park with a pavillion, covered bridge and gazebo. The city with the help of grants, vo-tech and the Lexington school children, beautified the park by adding lighted pathways and shrubs. The park also has a basketball court, swings for entertainment and a six hole Disc Golf course.
In 2013, a new splash pad was added to the park. The splash pad is open during the summer months and can be rented for parties. Contact city hall for more details. 405-527-6123.
Thanks to donations from several people, seven new pieces of playground equipment was added to the park for the children to enjoy. A new volleyball court and new restrooms were also added to the park as well.
This park is located between Highway 39 and Highway 77 just off the Lexington and Purcell bridge.
This park has a setting area and a monument dedicated to verterans who have served in the military. Resident’s can have
the name of their loved ones etched on the monument for a nominal fee. Information can be picked up at city hall.
Loacted at 501 N. Main and Highway 77, this park has covered setting and a monument dedicated to one of Lexington’s most decorated war veteran, Colonel John L. Smith.
Mr. Smith appeared on the front cover of “Life” magazine in 1942.