Aaron's Angels Nature Preserve Park
110 Acres - Donated 2006
AARON'S ANGELS PARK was donated by Mrs. Joan Sivadon in memory of her parents, Fred and Martha Aaron, to be preserved forever as open, natural space. Mr. Aaron always referred to Joan and her eight siblings as "his little angels". Mrs. Sivadon also honored her mother by donating the land for "Martha's Corner", a small pocket park in downtown Sapulpa. AARON'S ANGELS NATURE PRESERVE PARK is the perfect place for rugged hiking and refuge in nature.
As a nature preserve, note there are no restrooms and hikers should be aware of inherent risks found in natural spaces such as ticks, chiggers, uneven surfaces, and poison ivy. Wear good hiking boots, bring a water bottle, and practice "Leave No Trace" principles.
Sapulpa Park Curfew: Sunday-Saturday, 11:00pm-4:30am
Sapulpa Municipal Code §11-104
Visitors to Sapulpa City Parks agree to abide by all Rules & Regulations.