River State Park

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Blackwater River (Florida)
... The Blackwater River of Florida is a 56.6-mile-long (91.1 km) river rising in southern Alabama and flowing through the Florida Panhandle to the Gulf of Mexico ... The river enters Florida in Okaloosa County and flows through Santa Rosa County to Blackwater Bay, an arm of Pensacola Bay ... The river passes through Blackwater River State Park ...
List of Maryland Wildlands
... Garrett County Within the Savage River State Forest Savage Mountain Wildland (1973) Bear Pen Wildland Middle Fork Wildland High Rock Wildland Savage Ravines ... Mary's River State Park St ... Mary's River Wildland Charles County Within the Mattawoman Natural Environment Area Mattawoman Wildland Caroline County Within the Idylwild Wildlife Management Area Idylwild Wildland Worcester ...
List Of Florida State Parks - Florida State Parks and Reserves
... contents only applies when the list is sorted by park name ... "Year" refers to the year the park was opened ... If that date is not available, the year the state acquired the property will be used ...
James River State Park
... James River State Park is a state park located along the James River in Buckingham County, Virginia. 1999, it preserves part of the route of the Kanawha Canal in addition to portions of the river ... One of the many attractions at James River State Park is the parks more than 130 acres (0.53 km2) of native warm season grasses that blanket fields adjacent to the James River ...
Cascade River State Park
... Cascade River State Park is a state park near the northeastern tip of Minnesota, USA, on the north shore of Lake Superior ... The park is in a rocky and rugged location, and has many different types of wildlife ... Cascade River State Park is also connected to the Superior Hiking Trail ...

Famous quotes containing the words park, river and/or state:

    Is a park any better than a coal mine? What’s a mountain got that a slag pile hasn’t? What would you rather have in your garden—an almond tree or an oil well?
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    It is like watching a nation busily engaged in heaping up its own funeral pyre.... As I look ahead, I am filled with foreboding. Like the Roman, I seem to see “the River Tiber foaming with much blood.”
    J. Enoch Powell (b. 1912)

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