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Best parks in Augusta County

Campground
“Beautiful campground that has a natural rock formation that is a true spectacle to see. My wife and I have camped here many times and love seeing this natural formation and all its beauty. ”
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“Wonderful hike out a fire road that links up to the Appalachian Trail and the hike up to three ridges. Also makes a wonderful morning run for the very adventurous from the property to the Appalachian trail is about 4 miles round trip.”
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“ Disc golf, pool, and gym that is very comfortable, accessible, and cheap to the public. ”
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“This park in Bridgewater, Va (only 15 min. from Home On Mole Hill) is the areas only public ice-skating rink for use during the winter. The Ice Rink opens on Thanksgiving Day each year and remains open through the first weekend in March. They also offer skate rentals if you do not have your own. You will find farmer's markets, live concerts, and outdoor movies here during the spring, summer, and fall. Learn what is currently happening at Generations Park by going to their Facebook page: GenerationsPark ”
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“Local favorite park with duck pond, swimming pool, mini railroad, golf course, playgrounds.”
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“It's a steep road up to the top with a nice view of the city once you are there”
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“Gypsy Hill Park is one block from Ruby’s. Some of the amenities offered within the park are playgrounds, workout equipment, a duck pond with quarter machines that house duck food, a bandstand that offers free music programs during the summer evenings on Monday - Thursday. There are tennis courts, basketball courts, a golf course, a Little Free Library, Gypsy Hill Express, a small train that operates Memorial Day-late fall. Tickets are $1 each and this is a must do for kids and adults! There are picnic shelters, a sand volleyball court, many grills, and it is a nice area to get in exercise as one lap around the park is 1.3 miles.You can walk or drive to the park. Parking is free. ”
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National Park
“This is another great way to see our beautiful mountains. Drive or bike through this lovely area. You will find numerous trails also if you are into hiking.”
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“Want to fish? Go on Virginia Game and Fisheries and get a license. People fish the South River at the Crimora Park about 5-10 minutes away as well as downtown Waynesboro. It is easy to fish from the shore both places. Convenient for families. People spin or fly fish. ”
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“Great natural playground with hiking trails. The adjoining Rockfish Valley Foundation - Nature Center is open on weekends and has a great space for children with the natural history theme.”
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