|This water is actually in the center of the park and you walk all round it.|
The park is right next to the James River and part of the river flows into the park into a sort of moat. This is apparently due to a dutch technique they used when Henricus was first being formed and thus the name for the area Dutch Gap.
|We call that wild flower Queen Anne's Lace.|
|Another shot of the water. The land on the other side is part of the park.|
There are some picnic tables and pavilions throughout the park as well as some floating fishing docks. There are a few benches along the main trail but they are spaced about a mile apart. One small bridge in the park that you pass over offers a great views. While at the park you may even spot a balde eagle or two.
|Kayakers heading out to the river.|
|One wonky tree that made for a great picture.|