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Henrico Countyの公園と自然

人気上位の公園

公園
“Make sure you go exploring in sweats and long sleeve t-shirt, just in case you decide to go thru the hidden trail. ”
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庭園
“Stunning arboretum and gardens ($) with outstanding holiday light display. ”
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公園
“In 1737, William Byrd II looked out over the James River into the surrounding woodlands and declared that he was reminded of his home upon the Thames, Richmond Hill, England. It was from this site, now Libbie Hill Park, that our Capital city was born and so named, hence its title, The view that named Richmond. Located 5 blocks from the Studio. ”
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公園
“Scenic park with a walking path through a variety of garden designs and styles. *free admission”
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公園
“Nice place to relax, walk, run/jog. During warmer season they have paddleboarding/kayaking available for rental ”
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公園
“Located in the middle of Richmond off Arthur Ashe Boulevard and Blanton Avenue, William Byrd Park (600 Swan Lake Drive, 23221) has a number of facilities for visitors: a VITA fitness course, three lakes (one with paddleboats), the Round House, the Virginia War Memorial Carillon and Dogwood Dell Amphitheater, along with visitor shelters and picnic facilities that are available for rent and include public restrooms. It hosts numerous events all year, but especially in the warmer months including Arts in the Park and the summer-long Festival of the Arts.”
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Capitol Building
“Lots of great architecture, museums, culture and nightlife. All photos copyright Terri Aigner, AignerGraphics.com”
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トレイル
“AMAZING views and street art on the canal walk. If you're into taking photos - you'll definitely want to bring your camera when visiting. There are also canal tours available.”
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遊び場

公園
“Located in the middle of Richmond off Arthur Ashe Boulevard and Blanton Avenue, William Byrd Park (600 Swan Lake Drive, 23221) has a number of facilities for visitors: a VITA fitness course, three lakes (one with paddleboats), the Round House, the Virginia War Memorial Carillon and Dogwood Dell Amphitheater, along with visitor shelters and picnic facilities that are available for rent and include public restrooms. It hosts numerous events all year, but especially in the warmer months including Arts in the Park and the summer-long Festival of the Arts.”
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公園
“30 acre open air park and site of the largest Civil War hospital. Free Chimborazo Medical Museum focusing on the Confederate medical story and contains exhibits on medical equipment and hospital life, including information on the men and women who staffed Chimborazo hospital. This building is also the Headquarters for Richmond National Battlefield Park/Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site. Located 6 blocks from the Studio. ”
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公園
“Located south of the river in the city of Richmond, Forest Hill Park (4021 Forest Hill Avenue, 23225) includes walkways, both paved and unpaved, with streams leading to a large pond. There are also tennis courts available. On Saturdays, there is a large farmer’s market on the grounds of the park during the summer months.”
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Playground
“Take the kids to the playground or just take a blanket and lay under the large trees in this beautiful park. Great for picnics!”
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公園
“Features shelters, lake, trails, azalea gardens, soccer fields and tennis courts.”
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公園
“City park. Saturday morning Farmer's Market off New Kent Dr. Park entrance 10 min”
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Playground
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ビーチ

Beach
“The school boy’s favorite, Texas Beach is where students and locals go to rock hop and cool down. Look out for nudists. ”
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自然散策路

トレイル
“AMAZING views and street art on the canal walk. If you're into taking photos - you'll definitely want to bring your camera when visiting. There are also canal tours available.”
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公園
“Only 22 minutes to the main entrance! Pocahontas State Park is a state park located in Chesterfield, Virginia, United States, not far from the state capitol of Richmond. The park was laid out by the Civilian Conservation Corps along the Swift Creek, and at 7,950 acres was, at its creation, Virginia's largest state park. Pocahontas offers boating, picnicking, camping, camping cabins, 64-plus miles of trails, and nature and history programs. The Aquatic Center, which has a toddler pool, fountain wet deck, three-foot and five-foot-deep leisure pools, an activity pool and two tubular water slides, affords seasonal water-based activities for all. Three lakes offer plenty of fishing. Boat rentals are available seasonally by the 225-acre Swift Creek Lake. The Civilian Conservation Corps Museum, dedicated to Depression-era workers who helped build the state park system, is one of a handful in the nation. Two dining halls may be rented for meetings, weddings and special events. Rustic group facilities with primitive overnight cabins (bunkhouses) are available seasonally for larger groups.  The park's 2,000-seat amphitheater hosts the Pocahontas Premieres series of concerts and family-friendly entertainment. Pocahontas State Park's location and 64 miles of trails make it particularly popular among bicyclists. ”
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トレイル
“The Canal is so important to the history of Richmond and you will have access to either a walk or riding canal boats to learn how this helped the commerce of Richmond grow and the juxtaposed use of the area now. ”
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