Alfred A Ring Park

1801 NW 23rd Blvd
Gainesville
FL 32605

Alfred A Ring Park

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A strip of dense slope forest along Hogtown Creek with old-growth trees and rare wildflowers along Appalachian-style ravines, Gainesville’s first linear park was a gift from a college professor, Alfred A. Ring, and opened in 1990.

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