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Chehaw invites you to a walk in the park

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September 1, 2006

Albany -- South Georgians can now walk in style at the Parks at Chehaw, and know exactly how far one mile of walking will be.  

The Parks at Chehaw has completed an exact one mile walking trail across from the Education Center. The trail winds around through the parks lush pine trees and was constructed with crushed granite for walking comfort.    

"For years we have been trying to encourage people to come out and use the park for various purposes," says Executive director Doug Porter. "We have always had nature trails, but not everyone is comfortable walking down through the woods. So we developed this trail which gives you a chance to enjoy the park and see the wildlife."  

Park officials say they are looking into changing their hours of operation to cater to those who want to walk the trail.


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