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No matter what you want to do, there's a Richmond Virginia park for you. There are neighborhood playgrounds with swimming pools, courts and ball fields. Sprawling state parks feature hiking, biking and horseback trails, fishing piers, lakes and overnight campgrounds. Find a lighted basketball or tennis court in Chesterfield County. Rope swing, Tarzan-style, into Hadad's Lake or grill on the shore. From picnics to pickup hoops to pitching horseshoes, the Region boasts more than 100 Richmond parks, most open from dawn to dusk.
The easternmost section of the James River Park, it’s a popular fishing spot with a concrete boat ramp and a parking lot that accommodates over 100 cars and trailers. It’s also the beginning of the Richmond Slave Trail. This section is located at the end of…more »
Part of the James River Park System, the main access to Belle Isle is by pedestrian footbridge from Tredegar St. on the north shore (zip code 23219). Alternate access is by wooden bridge near 22nd St. or by rock-hopping from the south shore. Large flat rocks…more »
Splash Zone Water Park and slides of all sizes, floating attractions such as a giant hippo, five acres of sandy beach and the largest concrete swimming pool in Virginia. Memorial Day to Labor Day. more »
400-acre park with everything from disc golf to horseback-riding trails, from a fishing pier to nearly 2 miles of hiking trails. Dorey Park features approximately five miles of trails designed for horseback riding. A horse ring is available for public use…more »