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Lake Charles Recreation & Parks Athletic Facilities

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Bord du Lac Park - (Lakeshore Dr.) 18.5 acres; amphitheater; jogging/bike trail; four lighted tennis courts; picnic tables. Prejean Park - (Illinois & Brentwood Ave.) 17.0 acres, two lighted baseball fields; basketball court; lighted tennis courts; jogging/walking trail; playground; pavilions. Chennault Park - (Avenue H) 10.0 acres; multi-purpose recreation center and gym; racquetball court; two lighted softball fields. College Oaks Park - (Ernest St.) 5.5 acres; recreation center; two lighted softball fields; one unlighted softball field; jogging/bike trail; lighted playground. Columbus Circle Park - (Greinwich Blvd. & Columbus Circle) 1.2 acres, baseball field; basketball court; playground. Henry Heights Park - (School St.) 5.8 acres; recreation center; three lighted softball fields; playground; picnic tables. High School Park - (2nd Avenue & 5th St.) 8.6 acres; senior center; lighted baseball field; lighted football fields.