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This park features 12 pickleball courts, softball and multi-purpose athletic fields, picnic facilities, and an accessible & inclusive playground. Springfield Schoolhouse was built around 1920 to serve the African American students in the Short Pump Community until the early 1950s. It was one of the many elementary schools that Virginia Randolph supervised. In 2011, the county saved the building from demolition and moved it to its current home in Pouncey Tract Park. The building now offers useable space for the community to reserve for meetings or programs. The renovated interior will include details of the early 20th century schoolhouse and interior exhibit panels that share the history of the school and community.