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Blackburn Park

DESCRIPTION: Blackburn Park consists of a total of 50 acres within the City of Brookhaven, including Blackburn Tennis Center and multi-purpose fields

BASEBALL FIELDS: two (2)-293 ft, lighted 

OTHER FACILITIES: Mixed-Use Field / Walking Trails / Tennis Courts / Support Facility / Community Center / Bathrooms / Parking / Playground / Picnic Shelter

ADDRESS: 3493 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Brookhaven, GA 30319

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MANAGED BY: City of Brookhaven Parks and Rec

     


Murphey Candler Park

DESCRIPTION: Murphey Candler Park is a 135-acre multi-use park located in northern DeKalb County, and is the largest park in the city of Brookhaven. Park amenities include multi-use fields, tennis courts, a swimming pool, a playground, picnic areas, a lake, and trails. Youth sports are offered through baseball, softball, and football programs that operate through the park. 

BASEBALL FIELDS: three (3)-200 ft / one (1)-170 ft / one (1)-145 ft / one (1)-120 ft / one (1)-115 ft...all fields lighted

FACILITIES: Baseball-Softball Diamonds / Mixed-Use Fields / Walking Trails / Tennis Courts / Support Facility / Bathrooms / Parking / Playground / Picnic Areas

ADDRESS: 1551 West Nancy Creek Drive, Brookhaven, GA 30319

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MANAGED BY: Brookhaven Parks and Rec

  


Keswick Park

DESCRIPTION: Covering more than 45 acres, the park contains primarily active recreation facilities including: walking trails, dog park, a full-size adult softball field, tee-ball field, soccer field, multi-purpose field, two tennis courts, and an outdoor basketball court. 

MULTI-PURPOSE FIELDS: One (1) field 350' x 190'

SOFTBALL FIELD: one (1)-300 ft

OTHER FACILITIES: Mixed-Use Field / Walking Trails / Bathrooms / Parking / Playground / Picnic Shelter / Pavilion / Tennis Courts / Dog Park / Basketball Court

ADDRESS: 3496 Keswick Drive, Chamblee, GA 30341

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MANAGED BY: City of Chamblee Parks and Rec

   


Southeast Athletic Complex

MULTI-PURPOSE FIELDS: Eight (8) fields 300' x 200' 

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL FIELDS: Four (4)-300 ft / one (1)-250 ft ...all fields lighted

FACILITIES: Mixed-Use Fields / Baseball-Softball Fields / Parking / Playground / Picnic Areas / Bathrooms

ADDRESS: 5845 Hillvale Road, Lithonia, GA 30058

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MANAGED BY: DeKalb County Parks and Rec


Wade Walker Park

MULTI-PURPOSE FIELDS: Nine (9) fields 300' x 200' 

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL FIELDS: One (1)-350 ft / two (2)-250 ft / one (1)-230 ft / one (1) 210 ft / one (1) 180 ft...all fields lighted

TENNIS COURTS: Eight (8) hard courts

NETBALL: Two (2) outdoor courts

FACILITIES: Mixed-Use Fields / Baseball-Softball Fields / Tennis Courts / Netball Courts / Parking / Playground / Picnic Areas / Bathrooms

ADDRESS: 5585 Rockbridge Road, Stone Mountain, GA 30088

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MANAGED BY: DeKalb County Parks and Rec


Oglethorpe Univeristy Athletic Facilities

Anderson Field/Hermance Stadium

DESCRIPTION: Anderson Field is home to the Oglethorpe University baseball team. Before the facility became known as Anderson Field it was originally called Hermance Stadium, relative to the street that is adjacent to Oglethorpe. The stadium was completed in the year 1920 and was used to house Oglethorpe’s football team. But in 1940 Anderson Field became the new name for the athletic field, named for legendary Oglethorpe coach Frank Anderson, and the history has grown since then. One of the greatest features of Anderson Field is the stands. The stands where fans sit to cheer on the Stormy Petrels are from the original construction of Hermance Stadium. These stands allow the history of Oglethorpe Athletics to remain in the front of people’s minds when they visit Oglethorpe for a baseball game at Anderson Field. The venue has recently hosted the 1994 and 2004 SCAC Baseball Championships. In the more distant past, the venue was the home of the great Oglethorpe baseball teams of the 1920s which featured Hall of Famer Luke Appling and were coached by Anderson himself.

ADDRESS: 4484 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30319

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