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Woodys Knob

Woodys Knob, at an elevation of 4.170 feet, is a summit or "knob" in the Blue Ridge Mountains and one of the highest points in the unincorporated village of Little Switzerland and in Mitchell County, North Carolina.

                                               

Broad River Greenway

The Broad River Greenway was established in 1994 as a regional park for Cleveland County, NC.This site has been associated with recreation, long before the land was permanently protected. Duke Energy established the Palmer Shoals Canoe Access Are ...

                                               

Deep River Park, North Carolina

Deep River Park, formerly known as Community Park, is a private park open to the public in Chatham County, North Carolina and Lee County, North Carolina, USA, operated by the Deep River Park Association. The main features of the 40 acre park are ...

                                               

Lake Crabtree County Park

Lake Crabtree County Park is a park in Wake County, North Carolina. It is a forested area between Cary, Morrisville, and Raleigh-Durham International Airport, bounded by the northeastern shore of Lake Crabtree, I-40, and Aviation Parkway. The mai ...

                                               

Little River Dam and Park

The original date of construction for Fosters Grist and Sawmill on the site of the dam is unknown but the mill was sold, along with 53 acres, by A. J. Foster in August 1868 for $2500 to a William C. Moore. The mill then became known as Moores Mil ...

                                               

McGalliard Falls

The falls is owned by the town of Valdese, North Carolina, which has built a city park around the falls. The falls was the home to a mill called Meytre Grist Mill, which was built in 1906 by Fred Meytre. The mill remained in operation until 1941, ...

                                               

Northeast District Park

Northeast District Park is a 66 acre public park in Chatham County, North Carolina in the United States, operated by the Chatham County Parks and Recreation Department. Amenities include a regulation-size baseball field with lights and bleachers, ...

                                               

Northwest District Park

Northwest District Park is a public park in Chatham County, North Carolina in the United States, operated by the Chatham County Parks and Recreation Department. Amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, lake with rental paddle boats, multipurpo ...

                                               

Southwest Community Park

Southwest Community Park is a public park in Chatham County, North Carolina in the United States, operated by the Chatham County Parks and Recreation Department. Amenities include a softball field, multi-Purpose Field, picnic pavilion, walking tr ...

                                               

Tarboro Town Common

Tarboro Town Common is a historic town common located at Tarboro, Edgecombe County, North Carolina. The common was established in 1760, and is an open space containing several memorials and a fountain. It originally consisted of 50 acres. The com ...

                                               

National parks in North Carolina

                                               

Parks on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina

                                               

Parks in Wake County, North Carolina

                                               

North Carolina game land

North Carolina game lands are areas of public and private land comprising some 2.000.000 acres in North Carolina managed by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission for public hunting, trapping, and inland fishing.

                                               

Arboreta in North Carolina

                                               

Bike paths in North Carolina

                                               

Nature reserves in North Carolina

                                               

Masonboro Island

Masonboro Island is a barrier island in New Hanover County, North Carolina. The island, which is undeveloped and accessible only by boat, is a component of the North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve and a North Carolina State Natural ...

                                               

USS Charlotte (1862)

USS Charlotte was a schooner captured by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. She was used by the Union Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries.

                                               

Water parks in Ohio

                                               

Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course

Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course, is a thoroughbred racino in Austintown, Ohio. It is owned by Gaming and Leisure Properties and operated by Penn National Gaming.

                                               

Cincinnati Zoo Historic Structures

The Cincinnati Zoo Historic Structures are a collection of historically significant buildings at the Cincinnati Zoo in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. They were designated a National Historic Landmark on February 27, 1987. The second oldest zoo ...

                                               

Water parks in Oklahoma

                                               

Chisholm Trail Casino

Chisholm Trail Casino is a casino that opened in Duncan, Oklahoma in October, 2004. The 22.000-square-foot casino is owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation and is open 24 hours daily. Located along the site of the historic Chisholm Trail catt ...

                                               

Newcastle Casino

Newcastle Casino opened in Newcastle, Oklahoma in 1998. The 112.000-square-foot casino is owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation and is open 24 hours daily. The casino is located on North Main Street between U.S. Route 62 and Interstate 44 in ...

                                               

Riverwind Casino

Riverwind Casino is a casino located in Norman, Oklahoma that opened in 2006. The 219.000 square feet casino, owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation is one of the largest in the state. In addition to the casino floor, the facility also has tw ...

                                               

SaltCreek Casino

SaltCreek Casino, located in Pocasset, Oklahoma, is the first casino to open in Grady County, Oklahoma. It is the 18th casino owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation. The casino held a ribbon cutting ceremony on December 18, 2012 and officiall ...

                                               

De Garde Brewing

de Garde Brewing is a brewery based in Tillamook, Oregon. de Garde is one of very few breweries in the United States to use all spontaneous fermentation, in which beer in a coolship takes in wild yeasts from the air; the beer is then aged, someti ...

                                               

Beer brewing companies based in Portland, Oregon

                                               

Pornographic film actors from Oregon

                                               

Portland Aquarium

The Portland Aquarium was a 12.500-square-foot for-profit aquarium in Oak Grove, Oregon, United States that opened to the public on December 15, 2012. On December 17, 2015, the aquarium announced it was closing effective February 16, 2016, and sa ...

                                               

Carousels on the National Register of Historic Places in Oregon

                                               

Granada Theater (The Dalles, Oregon)

The Granada Theater, located on 2nd and Washington streets in The Dalles, Oregon, United States, was built in 1929. The exterior of theater is in the Moorish Revival style. This theater is said to have been the first theater west of the Mississip ...

                                               

Defunct drinking establishments in Oregon

                                               

Chetco people

The Chetco are a tribe of Native Americans who originally lived along the lower Chetco River in Curry County in the U.S. state of Oregon. The name Chetco comes from the word meaning "close to the mouth of the stream" in their own language, which ...

                                               

Coquille people

The Coquille are a Native American people who historically lived in the Coquille River watershed and nearby coast to Charleston/South Slough area on Coos Bay. They along with other tribes, signed the 1855 Coast Treaty - and removed to the Siletz/ ...

                                               

Karuk

The Karuk people are an indigenous people of California, and the Karuk Tribe is one of the largest tribes in California. Karuks are also enrolled in two other federally recognized tribes, the Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Ranch ...

                                               

Tillamook people

The Tillamook are a Native American tribe from coastal Oregon of the Salish linguistic group. The name "Tillamook" is a Chinook language term meaning "people of Nekelim." the Tillamook tribe consists of several divisions and dialects, including: ...

                                               

Tututni

Tututni tribe is a historic Native American tribe, one of Lower Rogue River Athabascan tribes from southwestern Oregon whomsigned the 1855 Coast Treaty, and were removed to the Siletz Indian Reservation in Oregon. They traditionally lived along t ...

                                               

Umpqua people

The Umpqua are any of several distinct groups Lower Umpqua, Upper Umpqua proper, and Cow Creek Band of Upper Umpqua) of Native Americans that live in present-day south central Oregon in the United States.The area south of Roseburg is known as the ...

                                               

Karuk

                                               

Klamath

                                               

Shasta people

                                               

Takelma

                                               

Tolowa

                                               

Tututni

                                               

D River

The D River is a river in Lincoln City, Oregon, United States. The once-nameless river was at one time the "shortest river in the world" in the Guinness World Records at 440 feet.

                                               

North Lincoln Hospital Heliport

North Lincoln Hospital Heliport is a private heliport located one mile east of Lincoln City in Lincoln County, Oregon, United States at the Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital.

                                               

Newport Municipal Airport (Oregon)

Newport Municipal Airport is a city-owned, public-use airport located three nautical miles south of the central business district of Newport, a city in Lincoln County, Oregon, United States. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airpo ...

                                               

Nye Beach

Nye Beach is a central district in Newport in the U.S. state of Oregon. The Nye Beach historic overlay district is bounded on the north and south sides by Northwest Twelfth Street and Southwest Second Street respectively; on the east side by Hurb ...

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