The park is nationally famous for its sponsorship of the National Rolley Hole Marbles Championship and Marbles Competition. Rolley Hole is a type of traditional marbles play, played on groomed dirt “marble yards” with three sunken holes. Player teams endeavor to move their marbles around the court, to each of the three holes in succession, repeated three times. The park has a traditional dirt marble yard, as well as concrete courts for playing “ringer,” another popular game. The park sponsors marble tournaments for Clay and Overton counties, and winning players compete in national competitions. In October 2010, 14 year old Corey Goolsby of Hanging Limb, representing Standing Stone State Park, was crowned “King of Marbles” at the 87th Annual National Marbles Tournament in Wildwood, New Jersey. Players from the area have even won the British Championships held at Tinsley Green, Sheffield.