Kumadi Forest Park

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Kumadi Forest Park
Kumadi Forest Park (Gambia)
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Coordinates: 13 ° 30 ′ 12 ″  N , 16 ° 12 ′ 20 ″  W.
Location: North Bank , Gambia
Next city: Kerevan
Surface: 283 ha
Founding: January 1, 1954
Visitors: public
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The Kumadi Forest Park is a forest area in the West African state of Gambia .


The 283 hectare forest area is located in the North Bank region in the Jokadu district and, like the other forest parks in Gambia, was established on January 1, 1954. The area is located 12.5 kilometers west of Kerewan and approximately 3.3 kilometers south of North Bank Road , Gambia's second most important highway . The Kumadi Forest Park is located on the left eastern bank of the Jurunkku Bolong , a tributary of the Gambia River and three kilometers from the Kusaywa Forest Park .

See also

Individual evidence

  1. Stephen C. Stringall, Dody Broyles: Gambia. International Travel Maps, Vancouver 2003, ISBN 1-55341-217-6 (map, 96 × 61 cm, 1: 350,000)