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Periscope

The student news site of Carlisle High School

Periscope

The student news site of Carlisle High School

Periscope

Scott Bowser

Scott Bowser, News writer

This is Scott Bowser, Periscope's News Section Editor. He's a junior that enjoys Netflix, tennis, and hanging out with friends. #ChipotleisLife

All content by Scott Bowser
Despite the allure of several local parks, an experience with nature is never farther away than your nearby woods. Finding something new or beautiful certainly isnt confined to just these locations.

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May 17, 2016
Home field of the Carlisle Area Midget Football League, Village Park attracts fans of all ages. Additionally, a pavilion,  playgrounds and a network of trails make this an ideal spot for more than just football fans.

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May 17, 2016
In addition to having stunning foliage, Thornwald Park also has a trail leading around the park and to the Thornwald Mansion. The open fields are well suited for any possible outside activity.

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May 17, 2016
The largest lake in the area, Opossum Lake and its surroundings encompass 274 acres. Residents can enjoy hiking, cycling, boating, fishing and birth watching here.

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May 17, 2016
Nestled between the Conodoguinet, North Middleton Park is full of amenities. It boasts several playgrounds, pavilions, places to play baseball, basketball, volleyball, and easy access to the Conodoguinet.

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May 17, 2016
Hawk Watch, part of Waggoners Gap, offers a view second to none. A short trip up a rocky trail gives anyone an excellent glimpse of the Cumberland Valley.

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April 7, 2016
Carlisle Barracks seamlessly incorporates nature with a pedestrian friendly environment. Neighboring Army Heritage Education Center (AHEC) has an extensive route of trails for the history buff and jogger alike.

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April 7, 2016
Students got cozy and did their eDay work at home.

E-Day: Yay or nay?

April 14, 2015
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