Wildlife Watching

Horn Pond Recreation Area

Horn Pond is a local hidden gem in Woburn, Massachusetts. Bring the whole family and enjoy nature walks, hiking, biking, photography and bird watching. Public parking and street parking is available as well as small boat ...

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mattloiss
Can I have a current official guide book on Acadia sent to me
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Acadia National Park, Wildlife Watching, Food/Dining, Native American History, Guided Tours, Whale Watching, Ranger-led Programs, Moose, Lodging, Park Passes and Fees, Picnicking
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Ask_Erika
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Greetings!

We would be happy to send you a 2014 edition of our Acadia National Park guide! Please email us with your request at webmaster@americanparknetwork.com. Thank you!

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Erika

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Callaway Gardens

For more than 60 years, Callaway Gardens Eden-like splendor has been a "must see" destination. Some exciting recreational activities include the TreeTop Adventure, two championship golf courses, fishing and fly-fishing, tennis and extensive walking and bicycling trails. Other attractions include the Woodland Gardens, Birds of Prey shows, a world-class ...

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Soule Park

Soule Park is a small, primarily wooded neighborhood behind the French School in South Freeport ...

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Quarry Woods

This 35 acre town owned preserve has 1.5 miles of wooded trails that pass by vernal pools, an old apple orchard, and the site of the former E.B. Mallet granite ...

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Florida Lake

The 167-acre park features a large, shallow lake. The surrounding wetlands provide an excellent habitat for wildlife viewing. From the parking area a flat path provides easy access to the lake. Hiking trails branch off the gravel path and pass through mature forests and by wetlands and streams. ...

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Chris Alb...
Will have a week a Glacier in fall. What should we see and do?
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Glacier National Park, Wildlife Watching, Ranger-led Programs, River Rafting, Flora & Fauna, Historic Sites, Hiking
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Ask_Erika
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Hi Chris,

Fall is a great time to visit Glacier National Park! The National Park Service has a ton of online resources for visitors to help plan their trips. You can look at the 'Things To Do' section here: http://www.nps.gov/glac/planyourvisit/things2do.htm


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Erika

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