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Parks of America A-Z

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A is for ​Alta Lake State Park

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The Alta Lake story is one of recovery, replanting and restoration. Trees and shrubs have begun to grow back.


B is for ​Big Lake State Park

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Big Lake State Park was one of the first public recreation areas in northwest Missouri.


C is for ​Colonel Denning  State  Park 

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The park is in pennsylvania and it is open everyday of the year, sunrise to sunset. Day use areas close at dusk.


D is for ​Daingerfield State Park

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Some animals you might see here are white-tailed deer, tame ducks and geese, raccoon, armadillos, and squirrels.


E is for Elk State Park

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The lake and nearby streams are stocked with warm-water and cold-water fish.

F is for Finger Lakes State Park

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one-and-a-half mile-long corridor of water, used for canoeing, fishing, swimming and scuba diving.

G is for Grayland Beach State Park

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This park is popular for bird watching, kite flying, beach walking and more. Visitors can enjoy the many fun activities that a day at the beach offers.

H is for Hope Island State Park

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This island is forested with occasional meadows and rock outcroppings. One-and-a-half miles of beach and two miles of hiking trail attract boaters to this small, quiet island. ​


J is for ​JOHN DAY FOSSIL BEDS STATE PARK

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Today, John Day Fossil Beds State Park is known for cattle ranching, farming, lumbering, and tourism.

K is for Kings Beach State park

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kings Beach State Recreation Area features Ponderosa Pine and small brush covering the park's 700 feet of lake frontage area.


L is for Lake Owyhee State Park

Some animals that you will find here include ​ ​Bighorn sheep and pronghorn antelope live here, as do golden


eagles, coyotes, mule deer, wild horses and (rarely) mountain lions

M is for MYSTERY BAY STATE PARK

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park interest boaters to come and boat, although a lot of people go there without a boat to enjoy the park.


N is for ​ NATURAL BRIDGES BEACH STATE PARK

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The park has a large area of coastal scrub meadows, and bright native wildflowers.

O is for Ocean city state park

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Ocean City State Park is open year-round, to anyone. It is a camping park, that has an ocean beach with wild flowers growing along the shore.


P is for Peace Arch State Park

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The park features pretty plants and the giant, concrete arch that straddles the border of the two nations.


Q is for ​QUAIL HOLLOW STATE PARK

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In 2016 is when this QUAIL HOLLOW state park got finalized to become a state park in

Charlotte​,​ north carolina

R is for Rockport State Park

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Find first-rate, year-round recreation at this northern Utah destination. During summer,


fishing, boating, and water skiing on Rockport Reservoir.

S in for ​Saratoga National Historical Park


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The park preserves the site of the Battles of Saratoga, the first significant American military victory of the American Revolutionary War.

T is for ​TUGALOO STATE PARK


During summer, the lake is a popular destination for swimming, water skiing, sailing and boating.

U is for UNICOI STATE PARK


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throughout the year, the park offers outstanding programs which focus on natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources.


V is for ​Valley Forge National Historical Park

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Washington's army marched into camp at Valley Forge and they


are cold and ill but they still fought in the Revolutionary war.

W is for Westport Light State Park


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Westport Light State Park has day-use park on the shore of the Pacific Ocean. The park offers a beautiful view of the sea.


Y is for Yellow Creek State Park

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A trail at this park was used by the Delaware and Shawnee nations and by early settlers.


Z is for ZIBA DIMMICK STATE PARK

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Ziba Dimmick State Park has a cultural feature (park) in Hood River County.


Summary My book is about the different state parks in the United States.There is a different state park for

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every letter of the alphabet. In my book you will find interesting facts about the different state parks. Some facts might include what activities they offer, places in thee state park like trails and beaches, and lastly you will find the history of some places.

state parks of america A-Z  

Summary My book is about the different state parks in the United States.There is a different state park for every letter of the alphabet. I...

state parks of america A-Z  

Summary My book is about the different state parks in the United States.There is a different state park for every letter of the alphabet. I...

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