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- Picnic Area
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- No Fee
- No Camping
Byerly Park is the most heavily-utilized recreation facility in the City of Hartsville. For those who want to get some fresh air and exercise, there is a 1.2 mile lighted walking and jogging path, as well as the Born Learning Trail, a play feature for young children which gives them a chance to have fun while improving language and literacy skills.
Byerly Park, a 93-acre multi-use recreation complex developed to improve to the quality of life for residents of Hartsville and the surrounding areas, is one of the finest sports facilities in the Southeast. The result of numerous land gifts to the City of Hartsville, the park is named for the Byerly Foundation, a longtime donor to the facility.
Byerly Park offers year-round activities for both youth and adult athletes. Venues such as soccer, softball, baseball, football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, track and field and horseshoes are all inclusive within Byerly Park. Those who want to enjoy the outdoors and be healthy may use the 1.2 mile lighted walking trail, the Terrence J. Herrington Track or the fitness center in the Coach T.B. Thomas Sports Center. In addition, Byerly Park has two playgrounds for our future athletes to play on and be a part of the action.Directions:
From I-20: Take Exit 116, drive 18 miles north on US 15, then drive two miles west on SC 151, turn right on 14th St. for 1 mile.
From I-95: Take Exit 164, drive 7 miles north on US 52, then drive 10 miles west on SC 151, turn right on 14th Street for 1 mile.
Entrances are on Russell Road and 14th Street.