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We could walk to this park from our home on Waterswatch Drive. My husband and I often walked the trail from Waterswatch Drive thru the woods to the Boat Launch. If you kayak, this is a perfect place. There is a long walk thru the...More
The park has many activities. Great walking paths. Benches placed to enjoy the scenic river. Large picnic pavilions. Bathroom facilities. During the year you might even see crew rowing practices or meets on the river. All of the facilities are free.
A quiet, peaceful, serene, scenic location -- remote enough that it was not crowded on a beautiful summer afternoon.
A perfect location to let your dog run or swim if you have one.
Take insect repellent!
Beautiful and convenient park along the banks of the James River in Richmond, Virginia. Park is located off State Rt. 711/Robius Rd. Great small boat put-ins. Perfect for Kayaks. Fantastic gravel trails for running a 5K or walking dogs. Very dog friendly.
This last weekend Jan 19-21st, the children's section was fenced with tons of parents and kids using everything to keep kids occupied. That was nice to see. The tennis courts were totally full, the soccer field had a bunch of people droning. Not a huge...More
If you are in town on business and near Midlothian, this is a great nearby destination that runs along the James River as well as into some beautiful woods. It is easily accessible with great and ample parking. You can walk as far as you...More
This is a lovely park by the James River. Our September weekday visit was ideal as we sat on the riverbank watching folks younger than us kayaking, rowing, running and walking their dogs. There was just enough to watch without being crowded or noisy. We...More
As mentioned in previous posts here on Trip Advisor, we are new to the Midlothian area. As such we are exploring the area for nice places to visit.
Since we grew up in towns on the water (Long Island Sound and Hudson River), we decided...More
My husband and I went to Robious Landing to take our kayaks out for the first time! It's a great time! We paddled upstream to the 288 bridge and floated back. It's about 2 miles from the dock to the bridge. It was a great...More