Columbus Park

 

This park was at the center of the old neighborhood that was cleared away to make room for the airport’s approach zone. While all of the houses were removed, Columbus Park was left behind to serve the surrounding area. Most week nights it is bustling with softball teams, beach voleyball enthusiasts, and just recently, horseshoe pitchers. For more information about the ball fields, call 408-277-2757. For information about the horseshoe courts, visit the Northern California Horseshoe Pitchers Association web site.

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