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Parques y naturaleza en Burlington

Parque
“Downtown waterfront and community park with 900 feet of lakeshore, a boardwalk, and benches make this a great place to sit and watch some of the beautiful sunsets that Burlington has to offer. The waterfront also has access to the Bike Path, a festival site, which is host to a number of major events throughout the year, and a two lane boat launch.”
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Beach
“Great Beach! Awesome views of the Burlington Waterfront and Lake Champlain! Terrific sunsets over the Adirondacks! ”
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Parque
“Nice open park with big amphitheater right on the waterfront. Stunning views of the Adirondacks.”
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Parque
“Beautiful swimming location! Shallow beach, sandy, great views of the boats and great sunsets over the Adirondacks! ”
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Puerto / Marina
“If you already sail, rent a boat here for short money. If you aren't, take a class! ”
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Beach
“Park and then walk past the ice house and down to this great family beach with shallow waters extensive sand bars. Often much quieter than North beach and other city beaches. Great place to catch the sunset.”
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Puerto / Marina
“Together with the Community Sailing Ctr down the bikepath, lots of opportunities to get on a boat and go sailing or paddling or what you like.”
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Parque
“Hiking area in natural woods, only a mile away. 411 Patchen Rd., South Burlington”
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Mirador
“The Burlington Earth Clock is a giant sundial located right on the bike path in Oakledge Park. It is the first project of Circles for Peace, a Vermont grassroots non-profit organization that is based on the philosophy that inner peace and inner strength can be restored by witnessing the rhythms and cycles of nature.”
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Parque
“Two playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, and sports fields. There is a shortcut for pedestrians at the corner of Linden Terrace and Cherry Lane, right around the corner from our house. ”
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Parque
“There is a playground for kids on the Southwest corner of the park. Plenty of walking, hiking and bike trails with views from the Pinnacle or Ethan Allen Tower.”
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Parque
“The Winooski Circle is a ten minute walk from River House. In the summer it is hopping with lots of outdoor seating. After eating, why not take a stroll on the Winooski Falls Riverwalk which runs alongside the river. If you’d like a longer walk, take the loop through the woods through the Casavant Natural Area - trail has some steep sections, wear good shoes.”
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Campground
“If you have a large gathering withe diverse accommodation needs some can stay at the camp ground while others enjoy the comforts of home at the Slater's Guest House North ”
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Parque
“also close by, great access to the bike path, near switchback brewery, fun place to picnic and swim, gorgeous sunsets over the adirondacks!”
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Farm
“Great place to run and explore in all sorts of weather. Winooski River access”
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Farm
“In the summer this makes for a great Thursday evening: food kiosks, free music, people picnicking, quintessential 'localvore' Burlington.”
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