Imaginations run wild in this "100 Acre Woods" of a forest. A city park on the Chesterfield County line, Larus was the birthplace of our motto "celebrating the lost art of stopping".From tiny creeks, to huge rocks to large mounds of dirt, Larus is a wonderful shady spot to play for a day or a week.
Reedy Creek (Lower) - Birthplace of our motto, "Adventure Walkers exsist between the concrete and the imagination", the lower Reedy boasts an ankle deep stream, deep water holes, and concrete tunnels which stir the imagination and explorer alike. And that is just the first 200 feet of this creek. Also, we never tell about the secret tunnel to the train track, but it is usually found. Ages 5 and up.
Reedy Creek (upper) - A small bit of Western North Carolina in RVA, this huge stream cascades over large rocks round and flat, often into deep water holes. Unlike other walks with water, the Siren Call of wetness has left even the most stubborn "dry nick" soaked to the bone. Turns out that lunch near the sliding rock drys them out.
James River Park System - Too vast to explore in a day or a week, Adventure Walkers picks the untouched corners in the channels to explore and play in the currents. Floating in the currents and sitting in the tiny rapids has never felt so alive. And we are always in water that even the young ones can stand up in.