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Allison Pond Park

Published on November 19, 2019
Allison Pond Park
Activities in this tranquil Staten Island park center around its picturesque pond. On warm days, fishers cast a line off its banks while nearby turtles and egrets laze around the water. Outside the pond, visitors can stroll through the trail that meanders through the park, and in the early morning dog owners let their pets run through its off-leash area.
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Anson B. Nixon Park

Published on October 16, 2017
Anson B. Nixon Park
Located on North Walnut Street, just off State Street, Anson B. Nixon Park is a hidden gem nestled just north of charming downtown Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Comprised of 106 acres, the Park was carved out of the historic woodlands of the late 18th through early 20th century Chambers estate. This natural setting includes two ponds, meandering streams, woodlands including a…
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Balboa Park

Published on February 9, 2015
Balboa Park
Home to 15 major museums, renowned performing arts venues, beautiful gardens and the San Diego Zoo, the Park has an ever-changing calendar of museum exhibitions, plays, musicals, concerts, and classes all in the beautiful and timeless setting of this must-see San Diego attraction.
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Barkingfield Park

Published on October 16, 2017
Barkingfield Park
Barkingfield Park is a 45-acre park dedicated to passive recreation for the entire community to enjoy. The passive recreation park includes trails, wildflower meadows, two separate dog parks and a mowed grass area where children can throw a football or play some soccer. Access to the park is through the maintenance garage entrance and is open from dawn to dusk.…
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Buena Vista Park

Published on February 9, 2015
Buena Vista Park
Two neighborhood organizations work on behalf of Buena Vista Park -- the Buena Vista Neighborhood Association and the Friends of Buena Vista Park. The BVNA holds a tree planting day every year in November. The Friends, with help from Walden House, mount monthly workdays on the first Saturday of the month. Currently they are working on a capital plan that…
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Burns Park

Published on February 9, 2015
Burns Park
More than 15 miles of natural surface trails through/near wetlands, rocky ridges, bayous, and pastures where nature abounds. Burns Park includes camping, fishing, water sports, and many other nature-centric experiences. One of the largest municipal parks in the country with 1,600 acres. Burns Park features a log cabin which was built prior to the Civil War and used as a…
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Crest Lake Park

Published on October 25, 2015
Crest Lake Park
This local park features: Doggie Days Dog Park; Fishing; Fitness station/court; Picnic areas; and a new playground. It is ADA accessible.
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Crosslin Park

Published on January 9, 2018
Crosslin Park
Crosslin Park is a great park for outdoor activities. This park offers a variety of fun for everyone. Crosslin is equipped with a large set of tennis courts and has several different ball fields located throughout the park. Crosslin Park also provides a nice walking/jogging trail for those who like to stroll and view the scenery. Crosslin Park is equipped…
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Edgewood Park and Ranger Station

Published on February 9, 2015
Edgewood Park and Ranger Station
Welcome to Edgewood Park, one of the treasures of the City of New Haven. The park offers countless ways to enjoy nature and the outdoors: from walking, jogging, bird-watching or cross-country skiing to tennis, relaxing by a pond or skateboarding at Coogan Pavilion, Edgewood has something for every age group and lifestyle. The Ranger Station is home to many different…
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