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Natural Feature
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Restaurante
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Dog Run
“Sokol Park has forest trails for jogging or biking, pavilions for cooking out or picnicking, playgrounds for the kiddos, and even a dog park divided for large and small dogs. ”
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Puerto / Marina
“Marina is directly across the lake. It is 5 min by boat and 5 min by car. They have Pontoon Boat Rentals”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Premise
“Lake Tuscaloosa was constructed in 1970 in response to the rising population of Tuscaloosa, which began to consume more water than its two current reservoirs, Harris Lake and Lake Nicol, could provide. A dam was constructed on North River, flooding the area that would become Lake Tuscaloosa. In relation to the other two lakes, Lake Tuscaloosa became the most bountiful of the three, pushing Harris Lake to only handle industrial water and Lake Nicol for use as a backup. Currently, Lake Tuscaloosa's water is treated for human consumption as well as providing some industrial raw water.”
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Restaurante
Boutique
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Parque
“Discover the history of Lake Tuscaloosa and take a dip at Rock Quarry Landing.”
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Restaurante de comida sureña
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