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New Path at Manchester Climbing Wall

This spring, with a $14,000 grant awarded to Groundwork RVA from the National Park Service, work will begin on a dedicated path connecting the Floodwall to the T. Potterfield Memorial Bridge. This path will divert traffic from the climbing area to provide a safer experience for both climbers and those who are just “passing though.”

New Water Fountain at Tredegar Street

Thanks to funding provided by JROC, Venture Richmond and JRPS there is a new year-round two bowl water fountain available to refresh both people and pets. Look for the new installation in the Tredegar Street parking lot.

North Bank Trail Bridges Re-Built

The North Bank Trail has re-opened after Park Trail Crews completed re-building the first bridge on the trail when heading west from Tredegar. The trail was closed for three days while staff rebuilt the dated...

T. Tyler Potterfield Bridge update

The south entrance to the T. Tyler Potterfield Bridge is back open! The ramp was repaved to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The grade of the slope of the prior ramp was too steep for compliance.

New Grant for the Manchester Climbing Wall

The Richmond Chapter of the American Alpine Club recently awarded a $1,500 grant to repair and improve the Manchester Climbing Wall and surroundings. Volunteers from the Club as well as JROC will carry out the improvements, which will include rebolting walls,...