Wilderness in the city
The James River Park System, a unique part of Richmond’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community .
Facilities, includes over 550 acres of shoreline and islands in the capital of Virginia, extending in 14 sections from the Huguenot Bridge in the west to a half mile beyond the I-95 Bridge in the east. It includes most of the fall line of the James River. Rocks, rapids, meadows, and forests make for an area of unspoiled natural beauty — a little bit of wilderness in the heart of the city.
Click on the button below to visit the JRPS homepage and make a donation, become a member or get a park license plate.
All info on this page has been pulled from www.jamesriverpark.orgVISIT JRPS