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The Origins Of Weird State Park Names

image credit Do you know where Big Bone Lick State Park got its name from? Or Saddleback Butte State Park? Big Bottom State Memorial Park? Ha Ha Tonka State Park? When you see these names, you tend to say to yourself, 'Does that mean what it sounds like?' In most cases, no. The Origins of Weird State Park Names. The Presurfer
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