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James Bourbeau Park

A gateway to excellent bass fishing on the St. Johns River, this 194.54-acre community river park provides a staging area for many fishing tournaments. Facilities include a boat ramp and dock, restrooms, a pavilion barbecue grill, and parking for 115 ...

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Gravley Park

This serene 13 acre park, of which 2.50 acres is leased, is located adjacent to the A. W. Perry Museum and was dedicated to the city by Mrs. Pearl Perry Gravley. Visitors can enjoy a free tour of the museum and stroll the passive park setting. ...

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Hawthorn Hill

Are you captivated with the history of flight? Would you be fascinated by a glimpse into the mind of Orville Wright? Do you enjoy visiting beautiful, historic homes? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then Hawthorn Hill is the place for you! Due ...

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Rice Creek Fields

This 10 acre park offers the following amenities: 4 Tournament Quality Ballfields; Walking Paths; Building with indoor restrooms; Shelter with 6 picnic tables; Playground Equipment; Water Fountain; and Bus ...

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Tommy & Sue Brown Park

Tommy & Sue Brown Park is ,off North Davis Boulevard, spans a total of 22 acres, making it the largest neighborhood park in the city, with only 7 acres of that being developed and 15 acres left as mitigated wetlands. For the disc-golf enthusiasts, the park includes a six-hole ...

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Waxahachie Sports Complex

Ninety acres of beautifully maintained Bermuda grass and state of the art amenities comprise our Sports Complex. Venues for soccer, softball, baseball and football are available for the youth and adults of our area to enjoy. The complex, which is located off of highway 287, also plays host to ...

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Basic Park

Located at 1405 Genicom Drive, off of Hopeman Parkway, Basic Park is open from Sunrise to sunset. The western boundary of this 18 acre park is the South River where anglers of all ages may test their skill at fishing for bass, bluegill, catfish, trout, etc. In addition to ...

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Unger Park

Unger Park is 53 acres in size and features over two miles of hiking trails that are open daily from sunrise to sunset. Visitors can see a prairie, forest, wetland, pond, and the Sandusky River. The trails connect to Aumiller Park and the Friendship bridge over the Sandusky River. ...

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Central Park Dale East

Central Park (Dale East) features the Harriet Alexander Nature Center, situated on a 52 acre nature preserve. Floating boardwalks provide for an exciting tour of Roseville's premier nature preserve. The Central Park Arboretum across Dale Street from the Harriet Alexander Nature Center has 8 acres of beautiful gardens, trees, ...

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Jacobs Park

Originally called Del Norte Park, Jacobs Park is the location of Elmer Dessens Field, which was developed with funding from the Arizona Diamondbacks. The park is also home to the Jacobs YMCA Center. This 49.22-acre park contains an accessible playground, a large portion of which is donated by funds ...

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