Finlay Park – Columbia, South Carolina

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Finlay Park is named after Kirkman Finlay, former mayor of Columbia, and is the city’s most visited park. The 14-acre park opened in 1991 and features a scenic waterfall that streams into the park lake. There are picnic tables, two playground areas, and a cafe which makes the park a favorite for families. It also is one of the largest handicapped accessible parks in the country. You can easily spend an entire day at Finlay Park and not be bored!

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Wilson Jumper of West Columbia took this picture Finlay Park, located in Columbia, in July 2008.

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One Comment about Finlay Park

Maxine RobinsonNo Gravatar says:
May 10th, 2011 at 1:01 pm

My husband to be took me on a tour of Columbia and one of our stops was Finlay Park. When I first saw Finlay Park I really fell in love with it. I loved the fountain and the scenery and took plenty of photos. So every time I make a trip to Columbia, my husband already knows where to go. Thanks for the tour Corey Robertson – Love you

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