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bli1220 wrote a review Jun 2020
Mount Dora, Florida253 contributions84 helpful votes
This place no longer exist. Apparently it was taken down few years ago so can no longer visit. There are few of flat rocks remaining but not worth the stop. There are couple hiking trails but did not try them.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Kityhowl wrote a review Jul 2017
Grandville, Michigan27 contributions11 helpful votes
Due to the state buying the property, foamhenge is GONE. For more of that artist attend Dinasoar Kingdom 2.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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James M wrote a review May 2017
Lexington, Virginia42 contributions13 helpful votes
Foamhenge was dismantled and removed several months ago. The land it was on became part of the Virginia Park System.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Princess8489 wrote a review May 2017
Charleston, West Virginia123 contributions17 helpful votes
It is set up luke stonehenge, only called foamhenge. The stones are set up like stonehenge, but are made of foam. They are huge. Theres nothing really around, its just out there in the open and just somethin cool to look at.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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ddonattoFL wrote a review Apr 2017
Punta Gorda, Florida110 contributions59 helpful votes
I took my kids to see Foamhenge a few years ago. They were too young to appreciate the significance of the structure. Now that they are teens, I thought it would be fun to revisit while we were travelling through the area. But, it is no longer there. I heard they moved it somewhere else.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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