"During the weekend of October 15 and 16, I was privileged to travel with Oxford’s Muscogee (Creek) Nation guests to Etowah State Park in Cartersville, Georgia. I felt an array of emotions, but was mostly honored that complete strangers would allow me to spend time and get an intimate glimpse into their culture."
"During a grand celebration in October 2016, the park opened its gates to residents, neighbors, friends, and visitors. With its state-of-the-art amenities, Choccolocco Park is unlike any other. To the City of Oxford, it is imperative that the park provides safe, attractive, and welcoming recreational facilities for people of all ages, backgrounds, interests, and abilities, which is why the Boundless Playground was a top priority for Oxford."
"Baseball teams often are victorious in their favorite stadiums, but it is unique for the stadium itself to be the victor. Uncommon things happen when a city builds a first-rate sports complex such as Choccolocco Park—like being named the National High School Baseball Field of the Year."