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A quiet relief from the bustling town is Grisham Park. The park is a square half mile full of green grass, and it then extends further into the outskirts of the town, where it turns into more of a wasteland than a park. Two well-maintained acres of the park are fenced in for dogs - Dog Hill - and another area is reserved for children, with playground equipment. Also in the park are tennis and basketball courts, and frisbee and soccer fields. The rest of the land is riddled with hiking and biking trails, with the occasional stream cutting through the park. Scattered around are gazebos and picnic tables.
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