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Old 07-02-2014, 10:12 AM   #1
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Default Good nature trails in Columbia?

Good morning all, hopefully everyone is having a great week thus far and are getting ready for the 4th! Want some suggestions... For the 4th I have a day off and will be staying in Columbia, not planning on making trips. I will be here with my dog and am thinking of possibly going on a hike of some sort with him. Question is, where in or around the Cola area is it a good place to take your pup for the day on some hiking trails or nature walks? I heard that Haribson State Park and Sesquicentennial State Park are good from some people, just have never been to either. Any recommendations?

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