These 12 tennis courts can be found in Cosmo-Bethel park. Features include 12 asphalt lighted tennis courts, 12 windscreens, 3 backtops, 1 shelter with a viewing platform, and a drinking fountain. Eight courts are owned by the City of Columbia and four courts are owned by Columbia Public Schools.
Fairview Park has four lighted tennis courts located right off Fairview Road. There is also a seasonal parking lot open from March to October that can be accessed on Plymouth Drive. Other park amenities include nature trails, garden plots, and soccer practice field.
Columbia Parks and Recreation has co-operative use of Hickman High School tennis courts as well as the children's playground, and Hickman Municipal Pool. The tennis courts are open to the public when they are not in use (such as after-school hours). Courts can be accessed through North 7th Street and can be found next to a football field and parking lot.
Cosmo Park has eight lighted tennis courts located right off the parking lot on Business Loop 70 West. The park is also lined for kids aged 10 & under. Features include several other sports facilities (such as a roller hockey rink and softball center).
Rock Quarry Park has three tennis courts that include lines for pickleball games. Within the vicinity of the park, it can be found next to a basketball court and can be accessed through Grindstone Parkway. Among the other amenities found are reservable facilities such as a shelter and Rock Quarry House.
Shepard Boulevard Park has two tennis courts that includes lines for pickleball games. Within the vicinity of the park, they can be found next to annex buildings (as they are shared with Shepard Boulevard Elementary School). Entryway to the tennis courts can be accessed through Shepard Boulevard. Among other park amenities are as listed: one reservable shelter, seasonal restrooms, drinking fountain, playground, soccer practice field, outdoor volleyball court, gravel trail, as well as one full basketball court (also shared with school).