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The Palmyra Cove: A Place That's a Treasure Trove

The Palmyra Cove offers a nice museum, walking trails, and the unique Peregrine Falcons on display (becoming extinct). Oh and did I mention.. It is FREE? Yup. Thank me Later.

I am here folks to show you the beauty of our great state! It truly is a treasure. 

Meet the Palmyra Cove -- a place that's a treasure trove and left to your own "discovering" pleasures.

The Palmyra Cove is over 250 acres of fun-filled family enjoyment and it’s free! Its location overlooks the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge of the Delaware River and Pennsauken Creek. There are 8 miles of various trails catering to new hikers as well as more rustic trails for the avid hiking enthusiast.

There’s a lot to offer at this Cove. Its most treasured features are the flora and fauna that live on the property. The Palmyra Cove is a sanctuary to the “urban jungle” that lies beyond its territory. An oasis in the overdevelopment of land which has become very popular in our state.

Read the rest of the story with more with pictures.....

http://yummygal.wordpress.com/2012/09/15/palmyra-cove-nj/

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