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Again Street Park-School

1200 Again St.

Again St. Park is a neighborhood park that features a picnic shelter, playground, climbing wall, fitness course trail, basketball court, and playfield with a backstop. It sits on ten acres of land adjacent to West Boulevard Elementary School. The park land is owned by Columbia Public School District and leased to the City of Columbia for use as a public park.

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Albert-Oakland Park

1900 Blue Ridge Rd.

Albert-Oakland Park is a 79-acre community park that features Columbia's largest municipal pool, two 18-hole disc golf courses, six dedicated pickleball courts, basketball and tennis courts, lighted baseball/softball fields, reservable picnic shelters, playgrounds, and much more! It is a trailhead for the 4.8 mile Bear Creek Trail.

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Cascades Park

6900 Sinclair Rd.

This 12.6-acre neighborhood park off Sinclair Road has a single table picnic shelter, playground, half basketball court, baseball/softball field, open playfield, and 0.25-mile loop trail. There is sidewalk access to the park from Stanwood Drive, Bellingham Drive, and Route K.

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Eastport Park

5620 Murfreesboro Dr.

This neighborhood park has a playground, two single table picnic shelters, BBQ grill, open play field, and a .62 mile loop walking trail (including the street sidewalks).

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Indian Hills Park

5009 Aztec Blvd.

This community park in northeast Columbia has an 18-hole disc golf course, dog park, reservable shelter, baseball/softball field, three playgrounds, basketball court, grass volleyball court, restrooms (in season), and a 0.8 mile loop trail. You can access the park from the west off of Aztec Blvd. and from the east off of Sandrock Drive.
Nifong Park

Nifong Park

2900 E. Nifong Blvd.

Nifong Park is known for its historical properties. It is home to the Walters-Boone Historical Museum, the historical Village at Boone Junction, and Maplewood Home and grounds. The Maplewood Barn Theater hosts live shows and the park is host to the annual Heritage Festival. The park also has a reservable shelter, fishing lake and dock, playground, picnic areas, and restrooms.

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Philips Park

5050 Bristol Lake Pkwy.

This community park is located off of the Discovery Parkway exit (Hwy 62) and is next to Father Tolton Catholic High School and across from Gans Creek Recreation Area. Philips Park is known for its 40-acre fishing lake, which is stocked with fish by the Missouri Department of Conservation. Park amenities includes a fishing dock, boat dock, boat ramp, picnic areas, restrooms, and a 1.4-mile gravel trail that encircles the lake.

Proctor Park picnic table

Proctor Park

411 Proctor Dr.

Bear Creek separates Proctor Park (to the south) and Garth Nature Area (to the north). There are nature trails throughout this 7-acre wooded park, a swingset, and a couple of picnic tables.

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Stephens Lake Park

2001 E. Broadway

Stephens Lake Park is the crown jewel of Columbia's park system and is known for its 11-acre fishing/swimming lake, mature trees, and historical significance in the community. It serves as the center for outdoor winter sports, a variety of community festivals, and outdoor concert series at the amphitheater. It has reservable shelters, playgrounds, swimming beach and spraygrounds, art sculpture, waterfalls, and walking trails. This popular park houses numerous tree collections, including red bud, oak, conifer and nut trees, along with the Hindman Memorial Garden, Children's Grove, and demonstration rain gardens, which have earned it a Level II Arboretum Accreditation.

Valleyview park mini shelter

Valleyview Park

2210 Garden Drive Columbia, MO

Valleyview Park is a neighborhood park on just under 8 acres with basketball (full-court), a baseball/softball/soccer playfield, a playground, a trail and a non-reservable shelter.

Woodridge Mini-Shelter

Woodridge Park

3505 Lansing Drive

Woodridge Park is a neighborhood park that features a premiere, inclusive playground especially designed for those with developmental and physical disabilities, while still serving able-bodied children. The playground includes sensory play features and has a fence enclosure for extra safety. Park amenities also include a full basketball court, a baseball/softball play field, a soccer play field, hard-surface trail, and sidewalk connection to ADA parking spots at the Ronald McDonald House.