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Enjoyable walk around a small pond. Plenty of ducks and geese for the kids to feed during the walk. As expected, they flock to wherever they are being fed, and will follow you around the pond if you keep feeding them. Between 1/4 and 1/2...More
Check the historical references, but commercial coal mining was an industry in Chesterfield County circa 1730. This 44-acre park has really nice walking-running trails and the foundations (ruins) of early coal mining facilities. In fact, you can see bits of coal on the path adjacent...More
This Park is great as many of the trails are shaded for those who do not like the sun. The informational signs tell about the history of The mines which is interesting. Dog friendly and if you forgot a poop bag they have some stations...More
The trails are clean and well kept; most of the trail has lovely shade. Great place to walk your dog or leisurely bike, plus you can learn the history of the Midlothian area and the mines that used to sustain this area. They are continuing...More
we came here for the first time and I was very delighted it has history and you can make it very education for your children. you can look at different species of birds, plants, geese, fish etc. we was lucky to be there for an...More