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What type of recreational facilities are in United States?

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When we asked people living in United States about recreational activities, they mentioned...

"Water-based activities are very popular in Annapolis - sailing, yachting, kayaking, paddle boarding and more. Mears Marina is just across the bridge in Eastport, with tennis courts, a swimming pool and marina. There are many golf clubs nearby as well.

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"The beaches are the most popular recreation in the area. The nearest golf course is at Humacao. Hiking is best at El Junque. If you hear of a football game you can watch it will probably turn out to be soccer," said another expat in Patillas, US.

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