Just like COVID-19 has shown how people can come together, groups of amazing volunteers have come together to combat invasive species in The Wetlands.
We’ve posted here before about how to enjoy the Park safely during coronavirus, but what else can you do to be a good Park visitor? Superintendent Bryce Wilk shared his Top Ten list with us.
On a typical Summer morning, our James River Park Education Staff would arrive at work early, and get busy laying out equipment and plans for the day. But this is a Summer like no other.
Many of you likely think of the James only as that ribbon of water that cuts through our city. Sure, it lends its name to our beloved James River Park, but what else do you really know about it?
As we get into warmer and warmer weather, many of us will partake in one of Richmond’s favorite pastimes: Enjoying the James River. It’s not a water park. There are no lifeguards. It’s a swift-moving river, full of currents, eddies, and rapids – some of them dangerous!
Improving access to the James River within the James River Park System is a priority of the James River Outdoor Coalition (JROC). The James River Park System’s Huguenot Flatwater area is now one step closer to having a universally accessible access ramp!