Official Park Name: C. M. Albert Memorial Park
Acres: 19.7 acres (included in the 79.4 acres of Albert-Oakland Park)
Park Hours: 6 am to 11 pm
Multi-Use Trail Miles: 1.0-mile, multi-purpose hard surface
Maps & Documents
- Activity Areas
(Facilities listed above are also included in Albert-Oakland Park’s list of amenities. Portions of these amenities are located in C. M. Albert Memorial Park)
C. M. Albert Memorial Park can be accessed from Parker St. from the south, from Bear Creek Trail from the west, and by the hard-surface trail in Albert-Oakland Park from the north.
In 1964 Paul and Marjorie Albert donated a 19.7-acre tract to the City of Columbia for parks and recreational purposes. The tract was donated as a memorial to C.M. Albert. As a condition of the donation, the 19.7-acre park parcel was to be named C. M. Albert Memorial Park. This 19.7-acre park resides in the southern portion of Albert-Oakland Park.
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|Acqusition of three adjacent lots|