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Snake River Greenbelt

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Susan wrote a review Sep 2020
Mount Vernon, Ohio24 contributions1 helpful vote
A lovely way to spend an hour or so. Interesting and informative signage to help explain what you are seeing. Flat terrain so easy to navigate and interesting bench shapes help to add interest. Across the street are places to dine, have an ice cream, or stay overnight. Beautiful views of the Mormon church
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MajorLSU wrote a review Sep 2020
Belcher, Louisiana231 contributions62 helpful votes
This is a wonderful use of the downtown river area. It is family friendly and is a great place to stretch your legs after being on the road. The area is clean and well maintained and is a great testimonial for the city leaders.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Zoom_Gotti wrote a review Sep 2020
Henderson, Nevada1,237 contributions764 helpful votes
There's lots of bike and walkway mileage you could cover on this greenbelt following both the north and south banks of the Snake River. But the capstone location is really the dam, the sheets of falls, and the opportunity to relax and picnic in the shadow of all this. I did an early evening walk of both the the north and south sides from the downtown W. Broadway crossing. The falls, though not high, are dramatic in their expanse. If you're staying overnight maybe take a hotel room with a view. Then you'll be at the site and have more opportunity to explore it. There's a Japanese garden on the south side. Seems to be a pretty popular congregating spot among the local young set. There are several restaurants on the adjacent streets and even some boat traffic. Fishing is allowed as is swimming. But for swimming you'll probably want to locate away from the downtown section. South on the east bank is a camping area. There's also a nice park area up by Idaho State U. Remember, for falls viewing you'll want to be on the west side by Broadway. You'll find plenty of street parking adjacent; just follow the roadway.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Beau B wrote a review Sep 2020
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My girlfriend and I ran on this river trail this morning, and it was excellent. You have to cross traffic one time at a stop light but other than the trail is pleasant and has a distance acceptable for anyone on a time crunch or not.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Survivormom4 wrote a review Sep 2020
Friday Harbor, Washington141 contributions85 helpful votes
What a beautiful walking area. It is peaceful and calm and far away from the stress and the daily news.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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