Top 10 Camping Gear Blog
Top 10 Camping Gear Packing List [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="612"] Camping Image Search, Morguefile[/caption] A camping trip is an exciting adventure, but it can be stressful figuring out…
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Lynchburg Parks Kindness Rocks!
Respectfully submitted: Jennifer Jones, Director, Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department The Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department is excited about the Lynchburg Kindness Rocks movement! Why? It encourages…
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Visit the New Children’s Butterfly Garden in Riverside Park
 A wonderful metamorphosis has taken place in the southeast corner of Riverside Park near the Miller-Claytor House. A flat grassy area at the edge of the…
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Cultivate your Green Thumb with Parks & Rec
Whether you're an aspiring gardener, a seasoned expert, or just inspired by flora and fauna, we have the perfect classes for you at Lynchburg Parks &…
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Fall in Love with Local Hiking
As the hot, sweaty days of summer begin to give way to the cool days of autumn, the time is right for getting outdoors and exploring…
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Take Your Aim this Summer with Our Archery Programs
Last year, we told you a little about what it’s like to spend a week at archery camp. This year, we want to encourage anyone 18+…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part III
This the third post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part II
This the second post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already done…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part I
This the first post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. The blog gives background…
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It’s Maple Sugarin’ Time!
It’s time to tap the sap! We’re tapping maple trees in Miller Park and hanging the special blue collection bags to collect the sap for Saturday’s…
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