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Parks & nature in Spotsylvania County

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“Great National Park, not only for the kids. Great walking and hiking trails along with a beach and lots of fishing opportunities.”
13 locals recommend
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“Critical Battlefield in Civil War. Let Mayhurst set up a full day tour of Major Civil War Battlefields. Then come back to Mayhurst and try our our metal detector looking for relics where 18,000 confederate troops spent the winter of 1863-64. ”
4 locals recommend
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“A large park next to the Rappahannock River, its one of the best places to swim in the summer. For safety, don't swim there when the water is high.”
4 locals recommend
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“27 Holes including longest hole in the USA (841 Yds). Let Mayhurst set it up for you with discounts”
3 locals recommend
Museum
“Beautiful artwork!! Historic location overlooking the Rappahannock River near downtown Fredericksburg ”
4 locals recommend
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1 local recommends
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“A great little park right near the heart of downtown, there is a great (and long) trail along the stream that is not too difficult but really beautiful, with lots of access points to small beaches on the stream if you want a dunk. ”
3 locals recommend
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“This family-friendly park has both sun and plentiful shade. There are two separate playground areas, tennis courts, basketball hoops, picnic tables, and fenced-in, dog-friendly open areas. Situated a short distance from historic Kenmore, former residence of Betty Washington Lewis and her husband, patriot Fielding Lewis.”
4 locals recommend
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1 local recommends
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“A beautiful and close option for fishing and boating - they rent out kayaks and small fishing boats there. We've seen HUGE fish out there when we're kayaking.”
1 local recommends
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“Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitors Center. Contains exhibits, 22-minute movie and bookstore to help orient visitors to the 1863 battle. A seven mile driving tour and several walking trails.”
1 local recommends
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“This lovely 5k walking/running path is a great way for you and your dog to get some exercise and see some of the city! Discover the dog park, fishing pond and two parks along your route.”
1 local recommends
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“Information on area parks. Walking trail located across the street around the corner.”
1 local recommends