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      • Auburn, United States (2)
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      Castle Creek Elementary SchoolAugust 31, 2011
      Elementary School
      • Orlando, United States

      The city of Orlando has partnerships with Orange County Public Schools to open playgrounds to the public use during after-school hours.

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      Les Gove ParkAugust 31, 2011
      • Auburn, United States

      The community rallied and raised $310,000 to help build a 32,000-square-foot Discovery Playground. It is designed especially to accommodate disabled as well as able-bodied children.

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      Game Farm Wilderness ParkAugust 31, 2011
      • Auburn, United States

      The Game Farm Park annually hosts Petpalooza, a pet festival attended by more than 10,000 people and their four-legged friends.

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      Columbia SquareAugust 31, 2011
      • Savannah, United States

      Shaded by live oaks, perfumed by magnolias and surrounded by historic buildings, 22 enchanting public squares, including Columbia Square, beckon like secret gardens. Read more

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      Interstate 24August 31, 2011
      • Pelham, United States

      Winding through 14 states from Georgia to Maine, the entire Appalachian Trail ranks high on any list of scenic gems. Clingmans Dome, rises to 6,643 ft, the highest point along the 2,172-mile trail. Read more

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      Key LargoAugust 31, 2011
      • Key Largo, United States

      The 110-mile strip of the Keys boasts sights existing nowhere else in the U.S. With a peak elevation of 18 ft, the land can seem an afterthought to the Atlantic on one side and the Gulf on the other. Read more

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      Jenny LakeAugust 31, 2011
      • Moran, United States

      Named for the Shoshone bride of a 19th-century trapper, the pristine, 2.5-mile-long body of water mirrors the mountains' glory. Read more

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      Grafton, VTAugust 31, 2011
      • United States

      A choice spot for fall leaf peeping, Grafton is one of Vermont's prettiest hamlets and arguably its best preserved. The Windham Foundation has rehabilitated more than 50 historic buildings. Read more

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      Golden Gate BridgeAugust 31, 2011
      • San Francisco, United States

      Engineering marvel, art deco icon, monument to progress: The Golden Gate Bridge is named for the strait it spans. It's a grand symbol of one of the world's most striking cities. Read more

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      Na Pali CoastAugust 31, 2011
      • Kauai County, United States

      Coral reefs, beaches and mist-shrouded volcanic peaks adorn Hawaii's oldest island. Along the Kalalau Trail, mountains plunge 4,000 ft into the Pacific. Take a short hike inland to Hanakapi'ai Falls. Read more

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      National Mississippi River MuseumAugust 31, 2011
      • United States

      The Upper Mississippi River runs through Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Winding through 19th-century river towns, the sites along the way read like chapters in American history. Read more

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      Mount WashingtonAugust 31, 2011
      • Pittsburgh, United States

      Enjoy the unforgettable view of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers merging to create the mighty Ohio. At night, lights twinkle on no fewer than 15 bridges. Read more

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      Red Rock Country TrailheadAugust 31, 2011
      • Sedona, United States

      The area's telegenic canyons, wind-shaped buttes and dramatic sandstone towers embody the rugged character of the West -- and the central place that character holds in our national identity.

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