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Madison Parks

1. Beerfest: A nickname for the Great Taste of the Midwest, an annual beer tasting festival held by the Madison Homebrewers and ...  
2. Elver Park: Located in southwest Madison, Elver Park is one of Madison's largest parks at 227 acres. Elver Park offer a great ...  
3. Glenway Golf Course: Glenway is a par 32 course tucked into the middle of Madison's west side. It was built in 1927 and has many mature ...  
4. James Madison Park: A park just off of the UW campus right on Lake Mendota. This is a very popular park for college students. There is ...
5. Harvey: Term for the University of Wisconsin-Madison lifesaving service on Lake Mendota, named for an early director of it,...
6. Brittingham Park: Brittingham Park is a nice place where West Wash meets Park Street. It isn't hardly ever crowded, so it makes for a...  
7. Olbrich Park: Olbrich Park is a large grassy area next to the Olbrich Gardens along the northeast shore of Lake Monona.  
 
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