Again Street Park soccer goal

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.

Albert Oakland soccer practice field

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.

Photo of practice soccer fields at Clary-Shy Community Park

Clary-Shy Community Park

1701 W. Ash St.

Clary-Shy Community Park is home to the ARC (Activity & Recreation Center) and Columbia Farmers Market - a seasonal fresh produce market. It also has practice soccer fields on the property. It is the future home of a new agriculture park and a year round, covered farmers market that will be conducted out of the new MU Health Care Pavilion.

Fairview park field

Fairview Park – School

1001 Fairview Rd.

This community park is adjacent to Fairview Elementary School off of Fairview Road. It shares a parking lot with the school on the north side of the park. The park includes four tennis courts, a reservable shelter, restroom, garden plots (available for rent), playground, and soccer practice fields. The east side of the park is heavily wooded, with more open space on the west side. The park has a connection to the Scott's Branch Trail.

Jay Dix Station soccer practice field

Jay Dix Station

3725 S. Scott Blvd.

Jay Dix Station is a trailhead for the MKT Trail. It has a reservable shelter, playground, mountain bike skills course, full basketball court, fitness stations, and open play field. Because of the MKT Trail history, the park has a train station theme. Park users can travel through the underpass to the east side of Scott Blvd. to access restrooms, water fountain, and a bike repair station. Jay Dix Station property is owned by Boone County and is under the management of Columbia Parks and Recreation through a cooperative agreement.

Soccer practice fields at MKT Trail - Scott Blvd. Access

MKT Trail – Scott Blvd. Access

3800 S. Scott Blvd.

This 5.5-acre area is a trailhead for the MKT Trail and is located at the intersection of the MKT Trail and Scott Blvd. The area has a year-round restroom and water fountain, bike repair station, kiosk, bike rack, picnic table, two multi-purpose reservable athletic fields, and a 34-car parking lot. The MKT Trail connects to the County's portion of the MKT trail at this access through an underpass that leads to Jay Dix Station on the west side of Scott Blvd. The County's portion of the trail is 4.2 miles and connects to the state Katy Trail.

Rock Quarry practice field

Rock Quarry Park

2002 Grindstone Pkwy.

This community park has a reservable shelter, playground, tennis courts with pickleball lines, baseball and soccer practice fields, sand volleyball courts, and a 0.6 mile perimeter trail. There is parking and seasonal outdoor restrooms. Rock Quarry House can be rented for parties and events for up to 50 people.

Shepard Boulevard practice field

Shepard Boulevard Park – School

2717 Shepard Blvd.

Shepard Boulevard Park-School is a neighborhood park adjacent to Shepard Boulevard Elementary School. Sitting on 5.3 acres, the park contains a playground, a sand volleyball court, a soccer practice field, and a 0.2 mile gravel walking trail. Facilities shared with the school are a full basketball court and 2 tennis/pickleball courts.

Stephens Soccer Field

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 practice field

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 practice field

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.