Parks in United States of America

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Ever seen a MOONBOW? check out this place near the full moon and you can! AMAZING!!
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This is the place to go if you want to get away from the city. Walk the trails and get lost in nature. Also a great place for a photography excursion.
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Community Gardening is a key part of what we all can do as a group to help those in need. With the efforts of a small group, a month's worth of healthy fruits and vegetables can be raised for us all to enjoy. As a part of the mission, organic gardening is important, and new
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Mission Dolores Park (commonly called Dolores Park; formerly known as Mission Park) is a San Francisco, California, city park located in the neighborhood of Mission Dolores, at the western edge of the Mission District...
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Hometown city park, featuring the Marshall County Blueberry Festival.
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Family fun in a small town environment. Beautiful scenery and friendly staff.
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A scenic walk path that connects several parks together on both sides of the St. Joeseph river.
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Home of the amazing Mile-High Swinging bridge!
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One of Portland Oregon's many historical landmarks, Mount Tabor City Park.
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Park amenities include: * Gloria Goeglein Nature Center with classrooms and conference room available for rental, education offices, gift shop, exhibits, indoor bird watching area, and restrooms * Five miles of trails * Woodlands * Wetlands * Grills * Picnicing * Campfire...
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