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Los mejores parques según la gente local

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“Even in the winter, this place is magical, especially if you visit the Conservatory, a tropical paradise. Stroll through 16 acres of outdoor display gardens and an indoor, tropical conservatory at Olbrich Botanical Gardens. In the outdoor gardens, visit the Thai Pavilion and Garden. Olbrich's Thai Pavilion is the only one in the continental United States and the only one outside of Thailand surrounded by a garden. Stop and smell the roses in the Rose Garden, opened to the public in 2005. Olbrich's rose garden features innovative mixed borders of Midwest hardy shrub roses and perennials. Also stroll through other specialty gardens such as the Perennial Garden, Sunken Garden, and Herb Garden. Olbrich's outdoor gardens are open daily, year-round.”
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“Two square miles of nature in the middle of the city! Great any season: Winter skiing, spring lilacs and bird watching, summer canoeing and fall hiking ”
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“Great place to lie in the sun or shade, take a quick dip in the lake, play volleyball or even rent a canoe or kayak. There is a nice place structure for kids as well. ”
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“Great spot to take the pups for a walk, or just an easy place to walk around and experience nature”
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“A lovely garden that is maintained by the University of WI - Madison. About 1.5 hours to walk through at a leisurely pace.”
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“Trails from this park follow the shoreline of Lake Monona which will lead you to downtown Madison for a stunning view of our great city!”
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“The 550-acre conservancy protects Pheasant Branch Creek, which supplies Lake Mendota with 1,800 gallons of crystal-clear water every minute. Visitors will find extensive nature trails running throughout this oasis of pristine woods and wetlands. Beautiful trails for walking, running, biking. ”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
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“Cherokee Marsh is minutes away. Beautiful hiking trails, bird watching, cross country sking, snow shoeing and fishing ”
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“Elver Park is great in the summer and the winter! Sledding, XC skiing, and ice-staking in the winter; hiking trails, basketball, tennis, disc golf, playground and splash park in the summer. ”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales
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“Hoyt Park is the neighborhood park. They have fire pits, grills, hiking trails. You can do a nice 1.5 mile loop through the park from where you are staying and back. Marshall gives it 4 paws of approval!”
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“Rental boats on a non-motor lake! canoe, kayak, stand-up paddle board, etc.”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
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“Great community lakefront park complete with, boat launch, picnicking, canoe and kayak rental, tennis courts and biergarten. The 5 minute walk or 10 minute stroll is up to you.”
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“This park is one of the largest and most diverse in the area. Whether you would like to go for a run, a walk, take the kids to the playground or splash pad, or play tennis, baseball, volleyball, basketball, soccer, ultimate, etc..... This park is less than a mile away. A quick walk to some great outdoor activities. ”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes locales
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“ORTON PARK FESTIVAL - AUGUST 25-28, 2016 A Madison classic, this festival represents the soul of Madison. Live music, local art vendors, food carts galore, & local beer on tap. If you can catch the aerial dances from the trees by Cycropia Aerial Dance on Thursday evening. FREE ADMISSION ALL WEEKEND! From their website: "As usual, we will kick things off on Thursday evening with Family Night, featuring pizza, ice cream, and the flying trapezes of Cycropia Aerial Dance. The Main Stage sounds off on Friday night with fun tunes for all ages from The Kissers and The Big Payback! Saturday will bring a host of performances varying greatly in style from Americana to world rhythms to full out rock and roll. Be sure to check out solid dance beats from Ggoolldd and blistering garage-pop tunes from Twin Peaks! Sunday morning, as is tradition, we’ll have brunch under the oaks at 9am, accompanied by the up and coming local talent of Soulmen. The Main Stage will again gear up at noon and carry us through the afternoon with some hazy Americana highlighted by the beautiful vocalist Sarah Voz of Dead Horses. Fringe Character is sure to raise the roof, followed by Blooshot Records’ amazing ensemble Ha Ha Tonka."”
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