With miles and miles of waterfront on the James and Appomattox Rivers, whatever your chosen paddling method might be, we've got you covered. Here are the best places to access the water.
Appomattox River Regional Park
800 Folar Trail
N. Prince George, VA 23860
The Prince George County Parks and Recreation Department is proud to offer the newest addition to our parks. The Appomattox River Regional Park is located between I-295 and the Riverside Regional Jail on River Road. This park offers over sixty-seven acres of wooded trails with an observation pier on the Appomattox River, Educational Shelter, Canoe Launch, a ten station "Fitness Trail," and Restroom Facility. Come out for a walk and enjoy the outdoors.
1051 Riverside Ave. Hopewell, Virginia. 23860
The Hopewell City Marina is a municipal marina that offers a variety of amenities for boaters and other guests. The marina is located on the Appomattox River approximately one mile from the James River at City Point. The marina offers a four lane boat ramp with gentle slope, open and covered slips, pump out station, restroom facilities, and fully stocked ship store. Truck and trailer parking is available in the paved lot with spaces that can accommodate oversized vehicles and large trailers. The boat ramp and parking area are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Jordan Point Yacht Haven
101 Jordan Point Rd. N. Prince George, Virginia. 23860
Jordan Point is located at the southern foot of the Benjamin Harrison bridge spanning the historic lower James River. From this point, boaters have easy access to both protected, tidal fresh water and the Chesapeake Bay further down river. Not only popular with power and sail boaters, the lower James has also gained a national reputation for producing huge blue catfish and many other species. Best of all, Jordan Point is only a short drive from Richmond or Fredericksburg.