City Parks

Harlem has several parks for residents to enjoy.  From passive parks to baseball fields, our facilities have something for everyone to enjoy.

Harlem City Park

City ParkThe Harlem City Park is located at 385 Church Street and features one T-Ball field, one 200-foot field for youth baseball, two 300-foot fields, a batting cage, a tennis court and two playgrounds with picnic areas.  The park also has a hard-surface basketball court and a restroom facility.  A wi-fi hotspot is provided in the park by the Columbia County Community Broadband Utility.

The park regularly plays host to a variety of youth baseball and softball tournaments, and families often use the playground equipment and walking track.

This park is managed by the Columbia County Recreation Department. To inquire about reserving the park for a special event, please call (706) 863-7523.

Directions

Take I-20 to Exit 183. After exiting, go south on GA 47/US 221 for approximately 6 miles.  When you arrive at the stop light in Harlem, turn right and go approximately two blocks to Hatcher Street. Turn left onto Hatcher Street. Turn onto the first road to the right – Church Street – and this will lead you to the park.

Glenn Phillips Memorial Park

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Glenn Phillips Memorial Park is located on South Hicks Street behind the Harlem Woman’s Club.  This park was recently renovated and features a gazebo and reading benches.  It offers a quiet getaway for those looking to spend some time with a good book, or someone planning a small wedding.  If you are interested in reserving this park for an event, please contact Harlem City Hall at (706) 556-0043.