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Gauge Height: 5.15'
Flow: 5290 cfps

Trail Conditions: Richmond


Todays Tides: Richmond Locks

High Tide: 7:24am
Low Tide: 3:06pm

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How to find all the parks in the Richmond region

Phil Riggan

November 30, 2011 3:22am

The Richmond Regional Planning District Commission recently released a map of all of the parks in the Richmond region on the James, Appomattox and Chicahominy rivers.

Richmond Region Parks Inventory

An inventory of the Richmond Region’s parks was undertaken as the FY09 Technical Assistance Project for Hanover County.  This inventory includes both public parks (local, state and federal) and schools in the Richmond Region as of Spring 2009.

James River Interpretive Guide

Your guide to the James River – includes safety tips, historic sites and interpretive information.

  • Map 1 – Columbia, Goochland County to Huguenot Bridge, Richmond City.
  • Map 2 – Huguenot Bridge to Ancarrow Landing Bridge, Richmond City.
  • Both Maps

About Phil Riggan

He's been a part of Richmond's outdoors since moving to Richmond in 1988. Earned a master’s degree in Urban Planning at VCU in 2015 with a focus on the environment, parks, transportation and nonprofits — largely due to his dedication to becoming part of the solution to advocate for outdoor initiatives, the James River and Richmond’s great parks and recreational amenities. Now works as a transportation planner with the Richmond Regional Transportation Planning Organization, focusing primarily on bike/ped planning.