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West Virginia - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

Vinsælir almenningsgarðar

National Park
“Requires an entrance fee, but has amazing hiking, easy access to Appalachian Trail, great overlooks, picnic spots”
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Sögufrægur staður
“One of the great works of modern architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater, is within an hour and a half drive. Also worth visiting is the architect's Kentucky Knob house, which is not far from Fallingwater. While in the area, if you are looking to do a scenic hike, visit Ohiopyle State Park.”
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Botanical Garden
“ It's a City of Pittsburgh historic landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Pittsburgh has a number of great public parks, such as Schenley Park, Highland Park, and Frick Park - great for taking a stroll. ”
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National Park
“Great hikes and beautiful scenery all year round. I'm happy to recommend anything from a 30 minute hike (Stony Man) a 6 hour hike (Old Canyon or White Oak Canyon loop)”
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State / Provincial Park
“Park with iconic fountain at the convergence of Pittsburgh's three rivers. Also recommended is a walk or bike ride along the Three Rivers Trail.”
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National Park
“30 miles West of Charlottesville access the Blue Ridge Parkway for hiking or a scenic drive. Head South to the Parkway and North to the Skyline Drive. ”
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Hótel
“Blackwater Falls State Park of course has the falls but also enjoy views from Pendleton Point. The centerpiece of the park is Blackwater Falls, a 62-foot cascade where the Blackwater River leaves its leisurely course in Canaan Valley and enters rugged Blackwater Canyon.”
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Leiksvæði

Almenningsgarður
“The largest illuminated man made Star just celebrated it's 70th birthday. Amazing views of the Roanoke Valley. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Large park with pond. Sweet, easy going historic nature trails. Great place for families or solo travelers. ”
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Almenningsgarður
Almenningsgarður
“This lovely and easily accessible park in Downtown Culpeper offers a level, paved one-mile walking trail and a more adventurous nature trail. The walking trail is lined with markers containing information about Culpeper's history, while the nature trail passes a monument dedicated to the Culpeper Minutemen. Parents can unwind and relax as their children use the kid-friendly play areas, shoot some hoops, or play volleyball or tennis. Skateboarders will enjoy the modular ramps at the Skate Park Facility, recently renovated in 2013, including a 6ft mini, huge pyramid with ledges, banks, quarters, and 2 rails. It also has a spine and flybox! ”
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Playground
“Broadford Recreational Park is a family oriented park owned by the Town of Oakland. The park offers a lake, picnic and beach areas, volleyball, basketball, boat launch, boat and pavilion rentals. The park also hosts events through the year such as the annual Independence Day Celebration on July 3rd with a beautiful Fireworks display for the Town, the Lions Club Redneck Dayz, and the occasional music concert. Broadford Park will officially open Memorial Day weekend and closes Labor Day weekend. The Mayor and Town Council of Oakland invite you to come out to Broadford Recreation area and enjoy a day of relaxation with your family. ​FISHING The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) maintains information on the lake fishing here. RATES Daily admission to Broadford Park is $3 per car load Monday-Friday. It is $4 per car load on Saturday & Sunday. There are some exceptions including July 3rd Fireworks at the park and special events such as Redneck Dayz. Boat rentals are $5.00 per/hr. OR $15.00 per/day this includes: John Boats, Canoes, Kayaks, Paddle Boats Broadford Senior Passes are also available for those ages 62 and older. These passes are good for a lifetime and can be obtained by bringing in your driver's license or ID to Oakland City Hall. ​ ​Broadford Family Passes are available at City Hall. Passes are $30 for those living in Oakland City limits. This means you vote in the Oakland Municipal Election for the Mayor, Town Council members, etc. Those living outside of city limits the cost is $35. The passes are not valid for Firework days or special events ie. Redneck Dayz. ​The application for the pass can be downloaded here. It can be filled out and taken with payment to Oakland City Hall or mailed to: Oakland City Hall 15 S. Third Street Oakland, MD 21550 A pass will then be mailed back to you. ”
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Playground
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Playground
Playground
“It doesn't matter how old you are, everyone loves the Blue Slide Park! It's fun to spectate even if you're not riding. If you feel up to it, grab a piece of cardboard, get in line, and take your turn - get there quick because that line gets long! :)”
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Strendur

Almenningsgarður
“Nice hiking and mountain biking here. Beautiful overlooks of the reservoir off of trails.”
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Beach
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Beach
“Fishing and picnic pavilions available. There is a trail around the lake but it can be muddy in spots, wear boots. ”
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Beach
“This is a small beach area on Dow Lake. There is also a boat rental place for kayaks.”
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Gönguleiðir

Slóði
“The Cascades is a local treasure! Seeing the amazing waterfall is worth the 2 mile hike! ”
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Cave
“Will be the most populated trail but some of the best views. Most tourists only go as far as the cave which is directly at the trailhead....the trails interconnect for miles if you want a solid day hike and becomes much less populated immediately after the main trailhead. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“ Rich in history, this park provides recreational offerings that engage visitors and help connect them with farming practices that formed its unique pastoral landscape. This 1,860-acre park has scenic views, woodlands and the rolling pastures of a historic farm that captures the colonial through modern life of the Crooked Run Valley. Nature and history programs are offered year-round. Hiking, picnicking, fishing and primitive hike-in camping for families and groups are favorite activities in this peaceful getaway on the eastern side of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The park has 10.5 miles of bridle trails, 22 miles of hiking trails, 9 miles of bike trails and Appalachian Trail access.”
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Slóði
“Virgin Hemlock forest patronized by Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Harvey Firestone during their day. Maryland's highest waterfall is a sight to behold. Groomed hiking trails abound and, if you are up for the challenge, take on the 5.5 mile trail between Swallow Falls State Park and Herrington Manor State Park! On bike or on foot, this trail will offer you life memories that you will cherish! A MUST SEE when visiting our County!”
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Slóði
“Our favorite Hike. We like going up and back vs around the full loop. Go early and enjoy the views!”
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Slóði
“You can borrow bikes at the visitor center on S. Potomac St in Williamsport MD at no charge! (Don't go to Potomac MD. Ignore what the AirBnB map shows; it keeps overriding me)”
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Útsýnisstaður
“Lost River State Park is one of the oldest parks in the West Virginia State Park system. It is good for hiking, picnicking, and nature. The pool is vintage Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) construction of 1937. Renovations over the years have left the pool area with its original charm and intent, to cool swimmers from the summer heat. Check their website to get the hours for the Lost River swimming pool.”
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Slóði
“Ivy Creek Natural Area is a great place for a walk or hike and just a 15 minute drive away.”
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