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Betts Cemetery

Betts Cemetery

Below the famous Gravity Hill in Edwin Warner Park is another tucked away treasure – the Betts home place and Betts Cemetery…

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Allée Questions Answered: World War I Monument

Allée Questions Answered: World War I Monument

Why is a World War I Monument a Part of the Allée? In 1917, 10 years before the establishment of the Warner Parks, a World War I training camp was in operation at the present location of the Percy Warner Golf Course. "Camp Andrew Jackson" was the name of this facility...

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Allée Questions Answered: Flagstone Pavers

Allée Questions Answered: Flagstone Pavers

Locally Sourced Flagstone Pavers Originally, most of the surface of the Allée walkways was made up of small-size gravel, an unstable material that was prone to washing out with the rain that did not provide safe footing for today’s heavy foot traffic. A decision was...

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