Windsor County
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Things To Do in Windsor County

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City Park
133***26This is a virgin forest, surrounded by several lakes. The scenery is beautiful and very quiet. There is a charge for entering the park gate. Adults are four dollars per person and children are half price. If there are more people, you can charge per vehicle. You can hike or cycle after parking. Crossing the primeval forest, there should be wild animals. We only saw a deer and felt very surprised.
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133***26When we went, it was closed for rest, and no staff was found. Maybe it only opens in the snowy season. We walked around and saw the cable car going up the mountain. It’s good for skiing on the top of the mountain in winter. Live in an apartment house.
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National Park
arrenxSilver Lake State Park, not far from Montpellier, about ten minutes by car. The lake is not clear and visibility is poor, but it is not dirty. There is a lot of silt at the bottom of the lake, which is soft when stepped on. Surrounded by lawns and forests, many locals will go swimming, boating, or sunbathing. There are toilets on the hillside.
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Museum
133***26It was closed when we went. It’s a pity that we didn’t get inside. It opens from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm, so we have to watch the time.
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Historical Site
133***26There is this place to see in this area of Springfield. It is very small and not easy to find. You will miss it by driving. The school in 1785 is very old. It is open from 10 to 5 on Saturdays and Sundays. You can go in and see the classroom The tables and chairs, etc., feel the taste of the year, and you can also see the very old bridge, which is very historical, not bad
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