Windsor, North Carolina

Livermon Park & Mini Zoo


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Playground for children, picnic areas and the adjacent petting zoo. Across from the Cashie Wetland Walk and Canoe Trail.




Address:
102 York Street
Post Office Box 508
Windsor, NC 27983
Phone: (252)794-2331


Our Email: windsorchamber @coastalnet.com
Our Website:www.albemarle-nc.com/windsor

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