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MYAKAYAH Posts: 5,261
7/20/13 11:53 P

The park about 3 miles from my house has pretty much everything you could want in a park for walking, hiking up a steep mountain, playing sports and having a play area for children. I do believe there is work out equipment there but I'd rather use my own. Its enough of a workout going up that steep mountain 3 times a week plus its about 6-7 miles round trip depending upon how far you walk~

KURS10B Posts: 4,705
7/20/13 3:20 P

My park has a walking trail, but not much else in the form of "workout" stuff for the adults. I do love the trail though.

WADINGMOOSE Posts: 1,044
7/19/13 1:20 P

Nice. I had that in a park near my place, but I'm pretty sure it got washed away in the floods :(

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7/19/13 1:13 P

I asked the surveyors what they were doing at the park I work out at and they said they will be renovating it around the end of the year and adding a work out area. Yay! I've always wanted a park close to me with that but always assumed those were for the richer communities. Very much looking forward to seeing what they put in.

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