James River

The James River Park System's master plan draft is open for review. Read more


A Richmond nonprofit helps people with disabilities explore new horizons through outdoor adventures. Read more

Sunday Story

Each day seems a vacation for these South Side residents with waterfront homes. Read more


The river’s significance to the city Read more


“River rats” pitch in to monitor water quality for recreational use. Read more


Master naturalist Laura Greenleaf and other volunteers lead the resistance against invasive plants. Read more


Mike Ostrander’s business is sharing the James’ history, beauty and bounty. Read more


Like other regulars at Great Shiplock Park, Kermit Harris keeps his focus on fishing. Read more


A new rowing program introduces Franklin Military Academy students to the river. Read more


Once sparse, the population of the prehistoric species is surging back. Read more


Proposals often resurface to rehabilitate the remainder of the James River and Kanawha Canal. Read more


The Richmond Marine Terminal has generated explosive growth over the past decade. Read more


Getting up close and personal with the James elicits a new appreciation for the river. Read more

Sunday Story

With community input, the James River Park System is creating a master plan to protect Richmond’s urban wilderness and better serve a growing population of visitors. Read more

Sunday Story

With the James River as a backyard, Stratford Hills residents enjoy an abundance of recreational amenities. Read more

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With fewer possessions and help from design pros, Ellen and Larry Campbell trade yardwork for recreation in their modern condo overlooking the James River. Read more

House Tours

Newton Ancarrow — guardian of the James Read more

Sunday Story

Painter Steve Hedberg takes inspiration from the James River. Read more


The James River Outdoor Coalition raises funds to make the river accessible to boaters of all abilities. Read more

Sunday Story

Bateau, opening in December on Richmond's Canal Walk, will offer a coffee and wine experience on the historic waterway. Read more

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