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Parques y naturaleza en Ithaca

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“Fabulous state park for hiking and just enjoying nature. Amazing waterfalls!”
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“(Formerly Cornell Plantations) Beautiful gardens for a leisurely stroll. The herb garden and the wildflower garden make a nice afternoon.”
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“Grab lunch at the Ithaca Bakery in Collegetown, then head down the Cascadilla Gorge Trail and eat you lunch under a waterfall. It's hard to believe you can leave Cornell and step into a completely different world so quickly. If you hike down you can treat yourself to the Argos Inn for a drink or meal downtown then hike back up Cascadilla Park Road - one of the curviest roads in the country, and packed with adorable homes like it's hobbit hill. ”
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Skating Rink
“Really nice park for families with a community pool, tennis courts, ice skating rink in the winter, the Ithaca Children's Garden.”
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Waterfall
“Iconic falls and swimming hole right in town, perfect for a summer cool down.”
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Sendero
“This trail is relatively low impact, close to everything, and STUNNINGLY beautiful. Multiple tiers of waterfalls are visible from a beautifully constructed stonework walking trail. I 100% recommend! ”
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Dog Run
“Cascadilla Gorge trail connects Cornell campus to downtown Ithaca. Carving through layers of shale and sandstone with multiple waterfalls. Entrance to park is on corner of Court and Linn Streets.”
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Parque
“Free. open dawn to dusk. A must see in ithaca. Not your typical park, it's amazing! however there is a playground next to it.”
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“Playground and vintage carousel right on Cayuga Lake. Biking paths, small boat launch, great place to pack a picnic and watch the sunset”
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Parque
“Two blocks from house. Easy walking trail on inlet, playground, public pool, public ice rink. ”
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“Sweet creek scenes, and easy, flat terrain. Happy place to walk or maybe even get your feet wet if you're adventurous... ”
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“This place boasts one of the largest inland marinas in NY State. Probably because Cayuga Lake is the 3rd largest inland lake in NY, behind just Oneida (1) and Seneca (2).”
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Parque
“Enjoy the breezes and views of Cayuga Lake. Nice urban park with playgrounds and a carousel in summer. ”
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Sendero
“The Six Mile Creek Gorge is a diverse ecological area consisting of streams, gorges, waterfalls, marshland, forest, and meadows. The natural area offers level, creekside walks in the Mulholland Wildflower Preserve on the north side of Six Mile Creek. Steep cliffside trails can be found on either side of the creek. This area contains the City of Ithaca's reservoirs and is also designated as a unique natural area. The area has many miles of unimproved and minimally maintained trails on both sides of the gorge.”
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“In the middle of downtown and bordered by "the God Quad" of various churches, DeWitt Park is the original public square of Ithaca and now houses war memorials. This area of town has many of the older and architecturally interesting buildings. The Farmer's Market is held here on Tuesdays.”
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