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A peaceful walk through a wildflower reserve outside of Pittsburgh

Enjoy a peaceful walk through Raccoon Creek State Park's Wildflower Reserve. Only a 20 minute drive outside of Pittsburgh, you'll find yourself in the serene outdoors at Raccoon Creek State Park. After walking through the Reserve, you can explore the rest of the park, including the lake for swimming or kayaking, hiking, and more. 

The Wildflower Reserve is off of Route 30 (exact address is: 525 Lincoln Hwy, 482 US-30) 

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Wildflowers

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