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Parks in Hobe Sound
Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
Diamond Transfer & Garage - Hobe Sound, FL - Phone: (772) 546-3471
Hobe Sound Child Care Center - Hobe Sound, FL - Phone: (772) 546-5462
Hobe Sound Office Plaza - Hobe Sound, FL - Phone: (772) 545-9000
Hobe Sound Stow-A-Way Storage - Hobe Sound, FL - Phone: (772) 546-1911
Martin County - Parks- Public Parks- Jensen Beach - Hobe Sound, FL - Phone: (772) 334-1954
Ralph's RV Storage - Hobe Sound, FL - Phone: (772) 546-6456
Stow A Way Management Company - Hobe Sound, FL - Phone: (772) 545-4059
Helpful Definition for: Parks
Parks, in Hobe Sound, are open grounds or garden areas for recreational use, and are usually maintained by a civic body. Typically, a park is a protected area, in its natural or semi-natural planted state, and is meant for human recreation and enjoyment. It has facilities like: jogging or walking strip; active playground for the youth to play soccer, football, etc; see-saw, slide, swing, merry-go-round, etc, for the very young.
Parks, in Hobe Sound, are both active and passive spots of recreation. Active recreation is that which involves some action on part of the individual and may be a solo or team activity on playgrounds, ball fields and skate parks. Running, throwing, kicking, jogging, walking, swinging, sliding, etc, are all active recreations. Passive recreation is a low level of involvment with activities and may include nature-watching, enjoying an outdoor picnic on the trails, etc.
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