Main Area

The Park » About the James River Park System Main Area 42nd St., Reedy Creek Park Headquarters, and 22nd St The 2.6-mile long main area extends from the iconic Atlantic Coast railroad bridge near the Powhite Bridge to the Manchester Climbing Wall and lies between the...

The Wetlands

The Park » About the James River Park System The Wetlands Wildlife Viewing The aptly named Wetlands is just downstream from the Pony Pasture and is bordered on the east by the Willow Oaks Country Club and to the south by Stratford Hills, a residential area. The...

Manchester Climbing Wall

The Park » About the James River Park System Manchester Climbing Wall Trestles for Climbing One of the more unique areas of the JRPS is the Manchester Climbing Wall. Although most climbers would not consider it a destination, for many it is the nearest outdoor...

T. Tyler Potterfield Memorial Bridge

The Park » About the James River Park System T. Tyler Potterfield Memorial Bridge (T. Pott.) Pedestrian & Cycling Bridge The long anticipated physical link between Brown’s Island and Manchester, this pedestrian and cycling pathway sits atop a former hydroelectric...

Pumphouse Park

The Park » About the James River Park System Pumphouse Park Canal & Architecture Named for one of the city’s most iconic buildings, the Pumphouse is an impressive granite Victorian Gothic structure built in 1882-3, which once served as Richmond’s primary water...