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Freestone Park Lake, Gilbert, Arizona USA
Arizona
One of the attractive urban parks located in Gilbert, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona USA. These parks attract a variety of activities including walking and fishing. Freestone Park has a huge softball field complex for organized sports activities.
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Tags: freestone park; gilbert; arizona; park; palms; palm trees; lake
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