Sumter County

Recreation
Public recreation is funded jointly by the City of Americus and Sumter County. A large city-county recreational complex, including a variety of playing fields, is located just south of Americus on US Highway 19/State Route 3 (Martin Luther King Blvd). A horse riding arena is located on Southerfield Road in northeast Americus. A baseball field is located on the outskirts of De Soto.

Andersonville owns and maintains three recreation sites. Andersonville City Park, located on East Church Street, consists of a full-length, lighted basketball court. This recreation site also contains children’s playground equipment and a picnic table. A lighted tennis court is located at the intersection of Ellaville and Oglethorpe streets. A large, unfenced and unmarked adjoining grass field is available for softball, football, and other activities. The third recreation site consists of a half-court basketball court, playground equipment, and picnic tables on West Johnson Street.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities
Several walking trails and paths are located at parks and on the campus of Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus.

 

 

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