Veterans Park in Lehigh Acres, Florida - runtrack.run
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Veterans Park

Synthetic track in Lehigh Acres, FL
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Surface
Synthetic
Area
Lehigh Acres
Number of lanes
6
Location
Veterans Park Academy for the Arts, Homestead Road South, Lehigh Acres, Presbyterian Villas Of Lehigh, Lee County, Florida, 33936, USA
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