Parks & Trails

Explore nature's beauty and outdoor recreation along the numerous parks and trails in Columbus, Mississippi!

 

Columbus Riverwalk and Trail

2.2 mile walking/biking trail. The trail begins at Main Street and winds along the Tombigbee River. The trail offers two pavilions, bathrooms, benches, bike racks, and picnic tables. 

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Columbus/Lowndes Recreational Parks

The Columbus/Lowndes Recreation Authority provides a variety of quality programs, services and park/recreational facilities for baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, and football. Also provided is a skateboard park, disc golf, water spray park and a bark park for dogs. Visit www.clra.net/parks and see Columbus/Lowndes Recreation Authority’s list of parks below:

2535 Main Street and Martin Luther King Drive
Columbus,

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Lake Lowndes State Park / Opossum Trail

Lake Lowndes State Park offers complete recreational facilities for individuals, families and groups, with award-winning trails including the Opossum Trail – a 5.6 mile trail with a self-guided tour outlining native plants, trees and wildlife in the park. Located on a beautiful 150-acre lake, the park provides limitless opportunities for fishing and camping. Cabins available for rent, as well as facilities for football, tennis, softball, and other organized sports.

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Lee Park

This facility includes a state-of-the-art playground area designed by Leather and Associates, pavilion with BBQ grill, and a family changing room for infants.

Park Circle
Columbus, MS
Phone: (662) 327-4935

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Propst Park

Propst Park has a wide range of activities for the whole family to participate in. The facility is home to 4 youth softball fields, 4 adult softball fields, 10 youth baseball fields, a disc golf course, 4 tennis courts, a skateboard park, a water spray park, a playground area, an activity center, a community center, and a dog park.

2535 Main Street
Columbus, MS
Phone: (662) 327-4935

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Tenn-Tom Waterway

This 234-mile stretch connects middle America with the Gulf of Mexico. The Waterway offers numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation including boating, fishing, picnicking, nature trails and playgrounds.

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Phone Number: (662) 457-9739
Phone Number: (662) 328-8936

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