Arsenal Hill Park-1800 Lincoln Street

This neighborhood facility is in the heart of downtown Columbia, located across the street from Finlay Park. This facility is a wonderful location for small group meetings, banquets, birthday parties and other small events.


Edisto Discovery Park - 1914 Wiley Street

This wonderful park is located off Rosewood Drive. Edisto Discovery Park features a concrete splash pad, outdoor basketball court, playground, and fossil dig area. The multi-purpose facility is a great place for community classes, meetings, birthday celebrations, banquets and other events.


Emily Douglas Park - 2500 Wheat Street

Emily Douglas Park is in the heart of Shandon. It is a bowl-shaped park; the many pine trees cast a lot of shade into the park. It has swings and three play sets. There is plenty of sand for digging and playing. There is a spray pool that is operated during the summer months.


Hampton Park - 1117 Brandon Avenue 

Hampton Park is located in the Brandon Acres and Cedar Terrace communities located off Garners Ferry Road and West of Interstate I-77. The park has a Pond, two Tennis Courts, youth Baseball Field, full size basketball court and a spray pool. The facility has a sun porch for a relaxing outdoor experience with lots of shade.


Heathwood Park - 800 Abelia Road

Heathwood Park is in the Heathwood neighborhood, on Abelia Rd. close to Beltline. Heathwood Park has a neighborhood center, tennis court, handball court, picnic shelter and a spray pool. The play equipment is great, not only having your typical climbing structures and swings, but also sand digging toys, small spin-around ride-ones, and springy seesaws. The spray pool is usually on during the day in the summer.


Mays Park - 4100 Trenholm Road

Mays Park is in the Kilbourne Heights neighborhood on Trenholm Road, close to Beltline. Mays Park has a neighborhood center, a playground area with slides, climbing structures, and swings, tennis court, baseball diamond, picnic shelter and a spray pool.



Melrose Park - 1500 Fairview Road

This lovely park is well hidden in a pleasant neighborhood of well-maintained older homes. It is a peaceful park that has been beautifully landscaped. It is enclosed by a metal and stone fence and landscape bushes.


Pacific Park - 200 Wayne Street

This little park in the Granby Village area has a neighborhood center, baseball diamond, and outdoor basketball court, playground, and spray pool. Everything is nicely kept up. The small picnic tables in front of the neighborhood center make great game tables as well. Off-street parking is available.


St. Anna's Park - 1315 Liberty Hill Avenue

This neighborhood park features a playground and two outdoor basketball courts as well as a picnic shelter. There is a grassy field and a spray pool.


Sims Park - 3500 Duncan Street

Sims Park has a spray pool, a neighborhood center, play area, and picnic shelter. There is also a basketball court. The playground is partially shaded and well maintained. There are bathrooms and water fountains in the neighborhood center.

Fee StructureBlock (8 am-12 pm, 1-5 pm and 6-11 pm)Setup/Take down Additional Hours
Gated admission (admission charged and/or controlled access) (more than 2 additional hours. requires second block of time)$250$75/hr.
Public (no controlled access or admission fees)$175$50/hr.
City Holidays$200$60/hr.
Deposit (daily rental)$150n/a
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 Le Cafe Jazz at Finlay Park Cafe
 930 Laurel Street (edge of Finlay Park) Columbia, S.C. 29201
 Contact: Shirley Martin
 Phone: (803) 400-1879
[email protected]

The Skipp Pearson Jazz Foundation was created to preserve, and to promote the art form of live jazz music through public education programs and projects.

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P: 803-545-3100 | F: 803-343-8744

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