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It’s fun to go in the evening when the decorative lights are turned on for each ride.
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A slice of Americana, a trip back in time. Situated in charming downtown Bartlesville, the park features old-timey kiddie rides, a train ride, and a concession stand. The park staff and volunteers are friendly. The spirit of community is evident. While some rides are strictly kid-sized, other rides allow a parent to ride with a little one who is too scared to ride alone. Tickets are seventy-five cents per ride. True to the vintage feel, the park is cash only. Hours are limited; check their Facebook page for up-to-date information. We plan to return.
Written 30 July 2022
Absolutely hands down the BEST place for younger ones!! Perfect size rides and not too fast for the little ones. The train ride is always fun and the last ride of the night is always FREE and they announce it! Tickets are .50 cents per ride and you can reuse tickets anytime at a later date. Been going for a while and it's a fun time for the whole family!
Written 18 June 2022
Our kids had the best time at Kiddie Park. Even our big 13 year old got to ride some ride. My 2 year old was having an amazing time and loved the Choo Choo. Great time with family and CHEAP!
Written 14 July 2021
Took my grandkids here= ages 10 thru 2. Excellent prices for the rides. Basically the same rides that I took my kids on when they were little. There is something here for every kid. Family friendly pricing.
Written 6 December 2020
Well preserved kiddie rides, so cute! The community is so proud of preserving their community and I think it’s amazing
Written 23 October 2020
I took my 2 year old granddaughter for the Halloween celebration. She enjoyed the rides, and they were cheap enough, but it was way too crowded that day. Maybe I will take her back on a less crowded day.
Written 2 November 2019
Well the Kiddies, get to ride and grandparents like us get to watch, and enjoy the smiles on the faces of all the children. If you are in Bartlesville, stop and visit with the kids. You will all have fun, if not get an ice cream cone and have some fun with ice cream!
Written 6 September 2019
This park has amusemet rides for toddlers and accomodates kids up to 4 feet tall. The rides are cheap at 25 cents per ride. They have a concession stand whch includes hot dogs and ice cream cones. There is a train ride that goes around the entire park for adults and kids. Admission is free!!
Written 6 August 2019
Recently attended with 4 grandchildren 8 years and under. They all have a wonderful time! The rides range from small roller coaster, to small airplanes and boats, trucks, bumper cars, wonderful carousel, train, and other rides. The price is extremely reasonable, and seems like visiting a carnival and riding on the rides. This is only open in the cool of the evening, and we attend 2-3 times each summer. The kids never tire of it!
Written 7 July 2019
I was impressed to see the collection of small fair rides that are maintained in Johnstone Park. I was glad to see the city has decided to upgrade the park as it's beginning to show some age. When we were here last week a crew was paving the drive which was sorely needed. I also saw a sign with a picture of future upgrades as well. They also need to do more with the oil rig replica a little further back to highlight the history of this area of Oklahoma.
Written 16 March 2019
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