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Hill Top View of Freestone Park, Gilbert, Arizona USA
Arizona
Freestone Park is an oasis in one of the largest cities in the US, Phoenix, Arizona USA. Located in the East Valley, Freestone Park has two sizable lakes for fishing or viewing and miles of walking trails. The Park also has a child-sized amusement park that is open only for special occasions.
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