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Playing In Oneida

From Oneida City Park to the Jack E. Lay Sports Complex to a town-owned 9-hole golf course, Oneida’s recreational facilities are second to none among towns our size in this part of the country! We welcome you to visit and learn more about them.

Oneida is also the gateway to the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, the fifth-largest national park in the eastern United States, and is nestled between popular features like Daniel Boone National Forest and the North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area. The BSF attracts more than 750,000 visitors each year and has an economic impact of more than $20 million in its surrounding communities. 

Just a few of the ways to play in Oneida include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, whitewater paddling, fishing, hunting, camping, and golfing.