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Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Richmond 9.4 km away
#1 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
Lots of room for kids to play and run with a special area just for kids too! (Splash pad, climbing tree and a tree house) Lots of benches throughout the exhibits to sit and reflect and enjoy nature.
But the park is also magical all year round - in the spring when everything is blooming, in the fall, when the leaves are changing and in the summer with the evening concerts.
Maymont Richmond 4.0 km away
#2 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
Surrounding the mansion are beautiful Italianate and Japanese gardens, enormous trees, lush lawns for picnics,paths for exploring, a petting zoo, a nature center, a waterfall, an aviary, and animals like deer and...
Beautiful and pleasant area for a nice stroll, calming and pretty gardens, unique house museum with daily tours, a petting zoo and nature center that the young ones will love.
Pamplin Historical Park Petersburg 39.5 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Petersburg
Beautifully maintained, this park has an incredible interactive museum, nice shaded walking trails, buildings depicting life during the Civil War, and friendly knowledgeable employees.
The trailhead for the Petersburg Battlefields Trail is located along the Headwaters Trail, a two-mile round trip that links the Confederate lines at Pamplin Historical Park with the Union lines in Petersburg Natio...
York River State Park Williamsburg 66.7 km away
#2 of 13 Nature & Parks in Williamsburg
York River State Park is a very serene setting whether you just enjoy the views of the trails and beaches or delight in jogging or walking along the paths provided.
From York River State Park, visitors have an opportunity to visit some of Virginia's historic sites, including Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown.
Virginia Capital Trail Richmond 1.8 km away
#3 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
I bike along the Virginia Capital Trail along the Richmond waterfront frequently, and it is always a joy! Located adjacent to the James River & Kanawha Canal (near Great Shiplock Park) or the James River (from Ash...
Whether you start in Downtown Richmond, Four Mile Creek in Varina, Berkeley Plantation, Charles City or the Chickahominy State Park, you can find bathrooms, rest stops, and plenty of parking.
Pocahontas State Park Chesterfield 21.8 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Chesterfield
Activities include: hiking, biking, swimming in the pool, picnicking, fishing, organized children's activities, summer concerts, camping (tent, trailer and motor-home with hookups), guided nature walks, paddle boa...
We found Pocahontas State Park by chance and it’s a rare gem! It’s a beautiful park with lots of trees and the RV sites are spacious and shady.
James River Richmond 2.8 km away
#4 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
Great MTB riding trails, great pedestrian trails to walk both along the river and through town, great people-watching and parks to play in, and a great line-up of concerts and other activities.
... Isle, an island in the James River, offers locals and tourists a wonderful opportunity to picnic, sunbathe, walk, ride bikes or observe wildlife and birds and Richmond's skyline along a three-mile nature trail.
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Algonkian Regional Park Sterling
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Sterling
... and hiking paths, river access to include a boat dock, wide open fields for games, shady picnic tables, huge cover pavilions for large gatherings, public golf course, great water park in season, wildlife galore.
Whether it’s playing golf at a great course, renting rustic cabins along the Potomac River, picnicking at covered gazebos, enjoying the water park in the summer or just walking the many trails, Algonkian Park is t...
Morven Park Leesburg
#1 of 26 Nature & Parks in Leesburg
Entrance to the park is free, but you pay for the mansion tour (absolutely worth it) and learn about former Governor Westmorland Davis and his contributions to farming in Virginia as well as early home modernizati...
The Morven Park mansion is particularly fascinating because it was 'modernized' by Governor and Mrs. Westmoreland Davis throughout the early 20th century.
Belle Isle Richmond 1.8 km away
#5 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
Established as a city park in 1973, Belle Isle is a small, 540-acre island in the James River that is accessible to pedestrian and bicycle traffic via a suspension footbridge that runs under the Robert E. Lee Brid...
... mini-pools to lay in, class IV rapids you can paddle through, slower rapids you can tube through, an ancient lake, and much more ... have fun in nature on an island in the city surrounded by the founding river!!
Oatlands Historic House & Garden Leesburg
#2 of 26 Nature & Parks in Leesburg
Much to see and take in if you like to walk and if you love nature.
After you park, you go to the Carriage House to buy your tickets.
Inside Ski Training Center Leesburg
#3 of 26 Nature & Parks in Leesburg
The lessons were offered in partnership with Leesburg Park and Rec.
Mid-Lothian Mines Park Midlothian 19.4 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Midlothian
the park is well maintained and has a great l walking path with lots of natural wildlife around the lake.
If you are around Midlothian area you should spend an hour or two exploring the park For all four seasons you can take walk through the woods and around the lake.
Capitol Square Park Richmond 1.0 km away
#6 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
Full of history this park gives you the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and view the historic capitol designed by Thomas Jefferson and the many monuments that surround it.
We were very impressed with the Capitol Square Park area which appeared to be a favorite spot for people just to sit and enjoy nature.
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Libby Hill Park Richmond 2.1 km away
#7 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
This is a quaint park with a massive statue of the Confederate Sailors and Soldiers to commemorate the soldiers who gave their lives to fight for the Confederacy.
In my opinion, Libby Park is like a hidden gem and the view of the James river and Downtown Richmond is simply breath taking.
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Three Lakes Nature Center and Aquarium Richmond 8.8 km away
#8 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
And the best is the nature center where you can see turtles and fish and all that lives in the lake from a glass wall!! Children and adults love this park!
The Nature Center is a great place to check out some wonderful displays about Virginia wildlife.
Pony Pasture Park (James River Park System) Richmond 4.3 km away
#9 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
We love being active and we often park at PP. From there you can run the trails or run the roads with some killer hills.
A photographers haven.....all various scenes of nature....and, if you enjoy being in the water, the river lends to all kinds of activity....fishing, canoeing, kayaking, etc.
Leesburg Animal Park Leesburg
#4 of 26 Nature & Parks in Leesburg
We love coming to the Leesburg Animal park to see the animals and play, especially during the halloween season for Pumpkinville!
As an animal park, it is the permanent home to many animals while also being temporary lodging for some while their "homes" are being renovated at zoos or if they are recuperating.
Robious Landing Park Midlothian 19.0 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Midlothian
Beautiful and convenient park along the banks of the James River in Richmond, Virginia.
The park is popular with kayakers and paddle boarders as well as joggers.
Metro Richmond Zoo Moseley 34.3 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Moseley
There is a zip line and chair lift over the whole park.
We were there for over 3 hours and only saw half of the park.
Ashburn Park Ashburn
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ashburn
There is a neat children's park with a massive amount of slides, towers, swings, etc that I've taken my grandkids to play on and they were impressed.
The park has a covered patio which was host to a birthday party the day we went.
Powhatan State Park Powhatan 49.6 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Powhatan
A wonderful Virginia park that exemplifies the beauty and diversity of Virginia.
Beautiful RV park and amazing trails
Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park Leesburg
#5 of 26 Nature & Parks in Leesburg
the cemetery and national cemetery ware well taken care of and by the super friendly and informative park staff.
The tour given by the local parks authority docent was excellent as he really knew the specifics of the battle well.
The Washington & Old Dominion Trail Purcellville
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Purcellville
Park in Purcellville and ride the trail towards Leesburg.
There are also a lot of little parks right off the WOD.
Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park Leesburg
#6 of 26 Nature & Parks in Leesburg
The park is pet friendly - a great place to take your dog! Also, there are some really cool remnants of old 19th c. farm / grain storage buildings.
Deep Run Park Richmond 16.6 km away
#10 of 20 Nature & Parks in Richmond
This is a wonderful park well used & loved by many locals and visitors.
You can obtain a map of the park at the large Recreation Center.
Franklin Park Purcellville
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Purcellville
The pool with sufficient water park features, great picnic sites, large enough for a good nature walk, frisbee golf, a nice “catch & release” for teaching the kids to fish, and baseball/softball fields that are to...
Great place with playgrounds for kids, swimming pool, baseball parks, soccer fields, Frisbee course, bring your horse and explore the trail.
Edgewood Plantation Charles City 32.0 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Charles City
Greensprings Greenway Interpretative Trail Williamsburg 65.5 km away
#7 of 13 Nature & Parks in Williamsburg
A wonderful piece of nature!
If you want to bike, park at the Clara Byrd Baker Elementary School.
Historic Morven Park Leesburg
#7 of 26 Nature & Parks in Leesburg
The grounds include the Morvan Park Mansion, once the home of Thomas Swann Jr, governor of Maryland during the Civil War, and Westmoreland Davis, governor of Virginia during World War I, the Windmill Carriage Muse...
My wife and I went to Morven Park this weekend to tour the Davis Mansion and the Carriage Museum.