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Storybook Trail

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An illustrated children’s book, displayed as a storyboard, exists on a trail overlooking Round Lake at Green Lakes State Park – it’s between the upper and lower campgrounds and runs parallel to the street.

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It is incredibly special.  A magnificent way to engage children with art and writing in the fresh air while maintaining social distancing policies.

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It is, like, finding a treasure without leaving the path.  How cool is that?

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Art is alive and well in Central New York. Art will always find a home here – find its way to you.

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If you feel motivated to investigate this, there is something similar at Clark Reservation, as well. Those storyboards are placed closer together.  They are in the open space between the playground and the museum. <3

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