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Capital City Stadium

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Capital City Stadium, affectionately termed “The Cap,” is home to the Columbia Blowfish! All home games for this collegiate summer baseball team are held at The Cap and fans can buy tickets to watch them compete in the Coastal Plain League.
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Earlewood Park

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Located in the Earlewood neighborhood just north of downtown Columbia, Earlewood Park features a new Community Center, one-of-a-kind playground, amphitheater, disc golf course, baseball/kickball fields, basketball courts and tennis courts.

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Finlay Park

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One of the best known parks in the state of South Carolina, Finlay has hosted just about everything from festivals and political rallies to road races and Easter Sunrise services.

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Granby Park

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Granby Park, near the historic Granby, Whaley and Olympia Mill Villages, opened in 1998. It is the southernmost segment of the Three Rivers Greenway. Granby Park has wonderful views of the river from deeply shaded paths.

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Greenview Park and Pool

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Greenview Park is a multi sport complex that offers recreational amenities inside and outside of the park.

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Hampton Memorial Park

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Hampton Park is located in the Brandon Acres and Cedar Terrace communities located off Garners Ferry Road and West of Interstate I-77.

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Lorick Park

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Lorick Park has a neighborhood center, basketball courts, a baseball diamond, picnic shelters, and a water spray.

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Owens Field Park

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This park, next to Owens Field Airport in downtown Columbia, is home to a 15,000 square-foot outdoor skate park. The park features a street plaza, stairs, metal plated rails, and “pool” bowls ranging in depth from 4-to-12 feet.

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Riverfront Park

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Riverfront Park opened in 1983 for recreational usage of the land where the original waterworks for the City of Columbia was situated.

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Southeast Park and Tennis Center

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The city’s newest and largest public outdoor tennis facility is South East Park and Tennis Center. The courts are shaded by thousands of trees that blanket the 62-acre park. Also featured are a picnic shelter with restrooms, additional walking trails, a playfield and 14 additional tennis courts.

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T.S. Martin Park

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T.S. Martin Park has baseball fields, tennis courts, a playground and public restrooms.

Valencia Park

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This 2-acre park is a youth baseball field with a full size concession building. Beyond the fenced-in field is additional green space for kids to play. A playground apparatus is also located beyond the ball field.
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