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Wrestling[edit]

good article about wrestling

Penn State[edit]

O'Brien and the 2102 season

Lycoming County[edit]

Beech Grove | Brookside | Black Forest | Cedar Run | Cogan House | Kellyburg | Slate Run | Sylvan Dell | Waterville | White Pine

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Lycoming County[edit]

  1. Lycoming Township
  2. McIntyre Township
  3. Mill Creek Township
  4. Penn Township
  5. Shrewsbury Township
  6. Watson Township
  7. Wolf Township
  8. Cascade Township

Sullivan County[edit]

  1. Elkland Township

GA?[edit]

1. Well written?: The article is well written and follows the manual of style.
2. Factually accurate?: Article is well referenced with sources to verify the information.
3. Broad in coverage?: Very thorough and detailed sections about the park.
4. Neutral point of view?: Article is written in a neutral point of view.
5. Article stability? Article is very stable except for the occasional vandalism revert (which doesn't really count).
6. Images?: Article contains sufficient images and they are all properly tagged.

Geobox playground[edit]

Lover's Leap State Park
Connecticut State Park
named for: Lover's Leap a toponym
for a cliff on the Housatonic River in the park
Country United States
State Connecticut
County Litchfield County
Town New Milford
Elevation 518 ft (158 m) [1]
Coordinates 41°32′42″N 73°24′08″W / 41.54500°N 73.40222°W / 41.54500; -73.40222Coordinates: 41°32′42″N 73°24′08″W / 41.54500°N 73.40222°W / 41.54500; -73.40222 [1]
Area 160 acres (65 ha)
Established 1971
Management Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
Gerry D/Sandbox is located in Connecticut
Gerry D/Sandbox
Location of Lover's Leap State Park in Connecticut
Website: Lover's Leap State Park

Lover's Leap State Park is a Connecticut state park in Litchfield County, Connecticut in the United States. The park is 160 acres (65 ha) and sits at an elevation of 518 feet (158 m).[1]

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Penn State basketball[edit]