Volunteer Days in the Park

Saturday, October 17th was a good day in the James River Park System and the City Of Richmond. It will be one of those days a Park Superintendent will look back on with a smile and as a reaffirmation as to all the good reasons a person chooses a career in parks.

A Bridge Far Enough

One of T. Tyler Potterfield’s goals was to connect more visitors to the James River Park. And the bridge named in his honor is a fitting example of that.

Thank You, Unsung Park Stewards

With over 7 miles of river, annual visitation of 2 million people and growing, and over 600 acres, caring for the JRPS does not rest solely on the shoulders of the 5 full-time staff members. These are the unsung stewards.