RICHMOND, Va. -- The James River is a great spot to be this fall as we continue to practice social distancing and The James River Association wants you to “Connect with the James.”
Nat Draper, Senior Education Manager of the The James River Association, says there are more than 30 outdoor paddles to choose from including Ancarrow’s Landing, near Rocketts Landing in Richmond, Deep Bottom Park and paddles from Pony Pasture Creek.
There are more than 30 programs from September through October and there’s even a chance to see the endangered Atlantic Sturgeon while you’re out on the river.
Experienced educators will travel on the paddle trips with information on the James River and the environment.
To register for any of the paddle trips, click here.