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The Riverwalk, Columbus, Georgia 9
Georgia, USA
The Columbus Riverwalk extends both north and south 22 miles from Lake Oliver on the north to Fort Benning on the South. It includes a covered stage, benches, pavilions, mile markers, picnic tables, trash cans, water fountains, pet stations and restrooms.
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