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This nicely-maintained park has a variety of sports facilities, plus a few trails and boardwalks through the surrounding wetlands. Several ponds can be seen along the way. Take I-526 to exit #11 and go west on the Glen McConnell Parkway for 3.3 kilometer
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This nicely-maintained park has a variety of sports facilities, plus a few trails and boardwalks through the surrounding wetlands. Several ponds can be seen along the way. Take I-526 to exit #11 and go west on the Glen McConnell Parkway for 3.3 kilometer
Water:
Freshwater
Water Type:
Pond
Species:
bass largemouth
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
Yes
This nicely-maintained park has a variety of sports facilities, plus a few trails and boardwalks through the surrounding wetlands. Several ponds can be seen along the way. Take I-526 to exit #11 and go west on the Glen McConnell Parkway for 3.3 kilometers (about two miles), then turn right onto Mary Ader Avenue, which leads into the park. Latitude 32.81898, Longitude -80.05383 [PK204]
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