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City Hall Dam and Port-of-Anoka Park

This area serves as a trail connection that begins at Akin Riverside Park, extends through Bridge Square and under Main Street to just behind the Anoka City Hall. Future development of the North Central Business District and River Front Park will extend this trail to the Henry Hammer trailhead ...

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Gold Bug Park & Mine

This 61 acre Historical Gold Rush theme park features: • Tours of Gold Mine, • Audio Group Tours, Museum/Exhibits, • Stamp Mill, • Group User Areas, • Trails , • Picnic ...

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Springton Manor Farm and Butterfly House

Initially part of a William Penn Manor, Springton has been in agricultural use since the early 1700's. On this 300 acre demonstration farm, you can meet the animals and tour the Butterfly House. An interpretive nature trail ends at a catch & release fishing pond. The elegant Manor House ...

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Regner Park

Regner Community Park is a mecca for outdoor recreation. The natural landscape is interwoven with activity. Playgrounds, nature trails, open play area, swimming, tennis, soccer, softball, and baseball serve the many recreational interests within the community. The Carl M. Kuss Memorial baseball field, grandstand, and concession facility ...

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Santa Catalina Island Interpretive Center

The Santa Catalina Island Conservancy Nature Center is nestled in a large canyon at an elevation of five hundred feet. The center features recordings of whales, dolphins and sea lions. Visitors can learn about kelp forests and ocean currents. Docent tours and picnic areas are provided. Park Features: • ...

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Russells Mills Landing

Russell's Mills Landing is a natural, historic site that is beautiful for family picnics. It is equipped with park benches, picnic tables, a tennis court, playground equipment and a launching area for canoes/kayaks to tour the Slocum River. ...

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Germantown MetroPark

Our facility highlights stewardship of natural landscape by providing hands-on activities with native animals and conservation practices. We also take pride in our parkland's cultural history from Hopewell period to present day. People of all ages will find something to do in the center, such as quiet corners for ...

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Taylor Memorial Arboretum

Located on 30 acres along Ridley Creek, the Arboretum is a sanctuary for plants and animals. It also provides environmental education opportunities, as well as a peaceful setting where visitors can leisurely explore and enjoy nature. A 30-minute walking tour enables visitors to observe 12 significant ...

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Central Park

The 843-acre green oasis in the center of Manhattan is New York's most well-known park, and perhaps the most famous urban park in the world. This manmade wonder was the nation's first public park and has been serving Americans for over 150 years. Set in the middle of ...

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Himmel Park

Located in the Sam Hughes neighborhood, Himmel Park dates to 1944. Its swimming pool dates to 1936 and has undergone a renovation to retain elements of its original design. A Pima County public library is located at the northeast corner of the park. A bike cover with rack is ...

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