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I worked there for a year a few years ago......Its a very large campus, but other than a nice short bike ride, the campus really isn't that remarkable.
They have many deer there.
Like many of these government campuses, its a great example of the problems with sprawl. Spread out for really no reason.
Bolling has the same problem.

Wow, this is awesome news! We've really needed a shared use path along Quince Orchard, but I thought that was off the table because the CCT right-of-way is there.

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