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Parks und Natur in Columbia

Erstklassige Parks

Zoo
“The zoo AND the botanical gardens are simply gorgeous! Our zoo is in the top five zoos in the US. ”
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Park
“There is a scenic lake, picnic pavilion, shaded trails, and playgrounds in the shade. ”
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Park
“A beautiful park in downtown Columbia with a great 2.5 mile urban trail that follows the old canal route. Laurel Street entrance has largest entrance. ”
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Park
“Harbison Forest is our favorite place to hike. You can even hop off the "Spiderwoman" trail and get down to the river. Plenty of places to picnic or relax, or take a harder biking trail. Only $5 to park and spend the day. Highly recommended, a bit of a hidden gem.”
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Park
“Beautiful and well maintained. There are areas that are quiet and secluded as well as ones where people are congregating to enjoy the botany. ”
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Park
“There are a number of historic homes in Columbia. Historic Columbia is the group that offers tours of these homes and grounds and are a great place to learn more about the history of the area.”
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Park
“Gist street parking lot off of Gervais Street just before bridge, shorter walking trail that is less busy than others downtown, pleasant walking trails, paved and boardwalk along river, may connect with walking sidewalk across Gervais/Meeting Street Bridge.”
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Park
“in downtown Columbia at Finlay Park. Have lunch in the shade near the vast man-made lake or the park's fountain, where waters spill into a mountainside stream that rushes downhill into the lake below. The grassy lawns buzz with activity during summer festivals and music events, but you'll find enough room to spread out in the park's 18 acres. It's also one of the largest fully accessible parks in the country. ”
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Spielplätze

Park
“in downtown Columbia at Finlay Park. Have lunch in the shade near the vast man-made lake or the park's fountain, where waters spill into a mountainside stream that rushes downhill into the lake below. The grassy lawns buzz with activity during summer festivals and music events, but you'll find enough room to spread out in the park's 18 acres. It's also one of the largest fully accessible parks in the country. ”
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Wanderwege

Park
“Harbison Forest is our favorite place to hike. You can even hop off the "Spiderwoman" trail and get down to the river. Plenty of places to picnic or relax, or take a harder biking trail. Only $5 to park and spend the day. Highly recommended, a bit of a hidden gem.”
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Park
“Gist street parking lot off of Gervais Street just before bridge, shorter walking trail that is less busy than others downtown, pleasant walking trails, paved and boardwalk along river, may connect with walking sidewalk across Gervais/Meeting Street Bridge.”
  • 5 Einheimischen empfohlen