Where are the parks?

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    ler329

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    I'm looking around my TT6 Navigator and it doesn't seem to show parks. Now I'm talking large scale neighborhood parks with trails and lakes and playgrounds. It there some sore of coding? I selected PARKS under POI's but that doesn't do it.

    Are parks not added to TT6 maps??

    LEe
     
    ler329, May 17, 2008
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    Mine shows national, state, county, and city parks.

    App V: 6032
    Map V: 650
     
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    Hey GGW

    Can you tell me what city you are in (North America I presume?), so that I can look it up to see the parks. Maybe provide me with a couple of addresses for the parks.....

    Thanks for the help......
     
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    GGW

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    Go here:
    N 45.02932
    W 93.08507

    You should be in the middle of a park on the East of I 35E in Little Canada, MN.
     
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    GGW...I punched in the coordinates and it does put me in the middle of something (Centerville RD, Labore Rd, Allen Ave, and Desoto St)....but there is no indication of any park. Just an empty space.

    Just to clarify, I am using TomTom 6 Navigator on a Palm Treo (USA & Canada 675.1409).

    Any suggestions, ideas why I can't view park space??

    Lee
     
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