Parque

Mima Mounds Natural Area Preserve

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Nancy
Nancy
January 20, 2021
Just what created these odd, bubble-like mounds southwest of Olympia is a mystery. And this puzzle is one with proposed answers ranging from giant gophers to earthquakes and glaciation, as well as extraterrestrial activity. Whatever the answer, the Mima Mounds Natural Area Preserve is a great place…
Suzanne
Suzanne
November 14, 2020
Local area hiking trails with abundant seasonal beauty. Not a difficult hike .
Noel Paige
Noel Paige
June 6, 2018
Really cool area to visit if you want to go on a day trip!
Jake
Jake
May 9, 2017
Natural mounds. How did they get here? Often covered with flowers.

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Localização
Olympia, WA 98512