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Olive Branch Parks and Recreation



8877 College Street
Olive Branch, MS 38654
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  • Description - Olive Branch Parks and Recreation

    OBPR offers one of the largest non-competitive recreational baseball and softball leagues in North Mississippi. Boys & girls ages 4 to 16 may register. Olive Branch Parks and Recreation offers non-competitive soccer to youth ages 4 to 15. A non-competitive basketball league is available to boys and girls, ages 7 to 12.

  • Kids Activities Offered

    Baseball,  Basketball,  Preschooler,  Soccer,  Sports Skills,  T ball

  • Activity Age Range

    4 years to 16 years old

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