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My dog Tucker and I frequent this park regularly. It's great all year long. Great trails wonderful infomational plackas

My favorite park in the area. My Dog loves comming here as well. Trails are great all year long... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Leborgne S
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Westerly, Rhode Island
Fascinating site that marks advance of glaciers in ice age

During the ice age tens of thousands of years ago, the glaciers reached this point and then began... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
Joe_from_Boston
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Andover, MA
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3 weeks ago
“My dog Tucker and I frequent this park regularly. It's great all year long. Great trails wonderful infomational plackas”
29 May 2017
“Fascinating site that marks advance of glaciers in ice age”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My favorite park in the area. My Dog loves comming here as well. Trails are great all year long. Love the fall and winter here. Very quiet, well maintained trails and easy to get to. free limited parking. not very busy which is great. Informational...More

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Reviewed 30 May 2017

During the ice age tens of thousands of years ago, the glaciers reached this point and then began melting and retreating. They deposited a large amount of soil and till, having dramatically changed the geography underfoot. The glacial recessional moraine is the core of this...More

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