Located on the west side of the Indian Springs Sports Complex is the, Al Graham Softball Fields. These fields are home to the men's, women's, co-ed, church and over 35 softball leagues. Tournaments are held almost every weekend through the summer.
Central Park Community Center, Wednesday mornings at 9:00 AM, a women’s recreational volleyball is played and open to the public to join. Open volleyball is available at Nienhuis Park and Central Park Community Centers at varied days and times. Call Nienhuis Park at 259-6550 or Central Park at 259-8437 for open gym times.
Open gym for basketball is available at both Community Centers. Call Nienhuis Park at 259-6550 or Central Park at 259-8437 for available times.
Central Park Community Center, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 AM. 3:00 PM, Nienhuis Park Community Center, Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00 AM-1:00 PM, an ever-growing group of active individuals play what resembles table tennis on the basketball courts. Pickleball is a great way to stay active and have fun doing it!
Girls Softball is held at the state-of-the-art, Arrowhead Softball Complex, (12 lighted fields) on Washington Street (91st) just east of Main Street.
Youth Basketball holds practices and games at Central Park Community Center (3 gymnasiums) at 1500 S. Main Street, and the Nienhuis Park Community Center (2 gymnasiums) at (3201 N. 9th), along with several area school gymnasiums.
Youth Football calls Nienhuis Park (3201 North 9th Street) home. The park features 2 lighted synthetic turf tackle fields, 2 lighted natural grass tackle fields, and 4 lighted natural grass flag fields, as well as a large concession stand.
Youth Baseball holds games on the east side of the Indian Springs Sports Complex, where 16 diamonds are available for all age groups. Each summer, Indian Springs Sports Complex holds national tournaments hosted by the Broken Arrow Youth Baseball Association.
Youth Soccer has one of the finest complexes in the state at Indian Springs Sports Complex. The program, which is run through the Broken Arrow Soccer Club, hosts recreational and competitive leagues as well as state and regional tournaments almost year around.
All primary user groups are required, by the City, to conduct a National Background Check on their coaches and managers.