FNC Tennis Center - John Leslie Courts
Located at 400 Price Street, houses 20 lighted hard tennis courts. FNC Tennis Center - John Leslie Courts handles all Tennis Lessons (Youth and Adults), City and County High School Tennis Matches, USTA Leagues, and USTA Tournaments. FNC Tennis Center - John Leslie Courts is the largest public hard court tennis facility in the state of Mississippi. The courts are open year round and open to the public. Lights at the courts will turn off at 11 p.m.
Visit oxfordtennis.net for league information, news and events, and to see a calendar of all scheduled events on the courts.
The Activity Center is located on the corner of Price St. and Molly Barr Road. It features two indoor basketball courts, a gymnastics room, and several multipurpose rooms. It is open to the public year round, Monday-Thursday from 2-8 p.m., Friday 2-6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and Sunday 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Contact the Activity Center office at 662-232-2379.
Located at 423 Washington Ave., across from the City Pool, Stone Center is OPC's main rental facility. Reservations for the building can only be made in person at the OPC Main Office, located at 310 South 15th Street. The Stone Center contains a multi-purpose center with kitchen, storage rooms and an office. This center is available for rent and will seat (without tables) 175 people. Call (662) 232-2380 for availability or more information.
Oxford City Pool
The Oxford City Pool has seasonal hours between Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, Sept. 3. The pool will close Monday-Friday at the beginning of the upcoming school year. Weekends will have regular hours through Labor Day. Individual, family, and day passes are available. Facility rental information is available by contacting the OPC Main Office at (662) 232-2380.
Daily Admission Rates
Age 54 and Under - $3.00
Age 55 and Over - Free
$10 per family
Individual - $50
Family - $150 (immediate only)
Oxford Community Garden
The mission of the Oxford Community Garden is to enhance the well-being and beauty of the community by assisting people in growing fresh produce, providing locally-grown food to people in need, increasing social interaction in the community, and creating an educational garden in an attractive setting. The garden is open to the public, but only members can participate. The garden is located next to the OUT Bus Depot on University Avenue and Bramlett Boulevard.