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Located in the heart of the city, this facility has 12 fields spanning over 70 acres. It has two lighted soccer and football fields, ten lighted baseball and softball fields, and a batting cage. Also has a Welcome Center
Olive Branch City park is 135 acres set in a beautiful natural setting with a scenic overlook. The park features walking and nature trails, tennis courts, 14 ballfields, three lakes, a playground, 8-lane track, amphitheater and two picnic pavilions.
George M. Harrison Park includes five lighted international size soccer fields and automated lighting control system.
Home of the Pascagoula Panthers High School Baseball Team. State Champions in 1968, 1969, 1983 and 1997. Facility includes concessions, press boxes, restrooms, picnic tables and storage room. 2 outdoor and 2 indoor batting cages. This facility is managed by the Pascagoula School District.
Sports facility includes 9 soccer fields (2 lighted), concession/restroom & large pavilion.
Home of the Pascagoula Panthers High School Softball Team. State Champions in 2000.
This facility includes concessions, press boxes,
restrooms, picnic tables and storage room. 2 outdoor batting bages. This facility is managed by the Pascagoula School District.
Visit this sports facility with 2 lighted tennis courts, pavilion, Boulder Park playground, 1/3 mile walking trail & practice backstops.
The 17-field “baseball-only” facility possesses many features only previously found at professional stadiums. Because of its many amenities, the locale plays host to Little League World Series and national events.
Kick your way to fun at the recreational soccer complex for all ages.
Located on Fifth Street between Hall Street and Magnolia Drive, the facility features six regulation courts, two "quick start" courts, a pro shop and a concession stand.
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