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Leeman Field Park 36.768517, -83.028156 Leeman Field ParkLeeman Field Park, Pennington Gap, VA 24277 (Directions)

Leeman Field Park

Leeman Field park in Pennington Gap, has many activities for the whole family. These include tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, a .58 mile walking trail, 2 children’s playgrounds, a sand box, swimming pool, baseball fields, access to the Powell River, and 3 pavilions. For more information or to rent a pavilion, please call the Town of Pennington Gap.

  • Leeman Field Park
    Pennington Gap, VA 24277
  • 276-546-1177
  • 276-546-1179
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