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Blackies Pasture

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Blackies Pasture

Also known as Leo J. Tugenberg Playground. Once you’ve found parking in the lot, which is not easy on a nice day, put your walking shoes on and grab a stroller. A good hike is what it takes to get to this playground. But it’s worth the view from McKegney Green and the crisp air off the bay. (Note it can get windy) Before you go, visit the bronze sculpture of Blackie the horse and then consider the bathrooms by the parking lot, since the portable potty near the playground is not always present. You may take the paved bike path to your left or the gravel path along the water to your right....

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Cypress Hollow Park

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Cypress Hollow Park

This playground is on two levels not visible from one another. It is also partially fenced in so it is wise to visit the park one area at a time. The lower has a swing set with one full bucket toddler and the other a big kid swing which is built over a patch work of rubber matting. Near by are benches and picnic tables. Take the soft dirt path that winds to the top and here you will find a horse shoe court, a checkers table and a big kids’ climbing structure over rubber matting and sand. There are two slides, one that ends quite high off the ground and requires extra supervision. There are...

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