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Parker og natur i Clifton Park

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Park
“Great forested and cool park for all. Feels like your on a hike in the tall pines, summer fall or winter. Open year round. All dogs welcome on leash. Off leash, residents only with permit. Kinns Road Park is about 64 acres of Saratoga County Forest, maintained by the Town of Clifton Park, with another 32 acres of adjoining lands owned by the Town of Clifton Park. The park offers beautiful wooded trails — may of which connect to the adjoining communities — used year-round by walkers, hikers, and orienteers. During the winter, trails are groomed for cross-country skiing. This is a dog-friendly park, but all dogs must have a current dog permit obtained from the Town of Clifton Park Town Clerk. A stream is located south of the park on the trail that leads to Sherwood Forest.”
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Park
“A visit to Lisha Kill offer a rare example of an old growth forest in a developed area. Some of the trees, namely the Eastern white pine and Eastern hemlock, are estimated to be well over 200 years old. There are flowing streams at this site, which have deep ravines through the underlying bedrock. 5 min away.”
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Park
“The Mohawk River State Park and adjoining town land include a wide variation of terrain and ecosystems. The miles of trails cross grassy fields, hilly hemlock and white pine stands, and hardwoods. The trails can be accessed via numerous well-marked trailheads: -the end of Whitmyer Rd. -Blatnick Park, behind the dog park -Rosendale Rd. opposite Agostino Ave. -Numerous locations on the bike path between Lock 7 Rd. and the Blatnick hill. I got a detailed map of all the trails. Awesome view from most lookouts. 5-8 min away.”
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