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Peoria: os melhores parques

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“Large beautiful forest preserve with many intertwined hiking trails. You can really lose yourself in nature here...so enjoy but also grab a map at the visitor center and pay attention to where you are going :)”
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“We are so lucky to have this large beautiful park bordering our neighborhood : ) Beautiful scenery with lots of trees, rolling hills and running trails. Also has two dog parks, frisbee golf course, tennis courts, picnic pavilions (may need to be rented ahead of time), and an outdoor theater.”
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“this is one of my favorite parks to go to. the play ground is awesome! they play movies outside in spring/Summer. the Zoo & Peoria Play House is all right there. ”
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“Huge beautiful park with many hiking trails and a lot of open space as well. Many local soccer leagues play at the fields here and there is also a really nice playground for kids and big kids :)”
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“Easy walking and biking trail. The Rock Island Trail State Park is a 26-mile long public rail trail in the west-central region of the U.S. state of Illinois. It was designated a National Recreation Trail in 2003. It passes through portions of Peoria and Stark counties.”
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“Park at Robinson Park and begin your hike on the Illinois River Bluff Trail - a 5.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Peoria, Illinois that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Beautiful!”
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“Nice botanical garden, to pass a summer afternoon in, cheap entrance and hard to imagine it's in the middle of town”
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“Park is home to 500,000-gallon water tower has three observation decks. Ride the exterior elevator 200 feet above Peoria Heights and the Illinois River Valley to see the panoramic view of the entire area.”
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“Neat little gem w/natural rock formations and a waterfall. Only guided hikes allowed at this time. **Please check with Friends of Rocky Glen to see when the guided hikes are scheduled.”
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“Beautiful stretch to drive or stop and walk, the views of the river are very nice, there is enough space to sit down and do a picnic, or use a grill in the park towards the end of the street. It is specially nice in spring and fall, but a nice area for walking and relaxing all year round.”
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