James River Maps
James River Virtual Tour
For the first time, online viewers will be able to explore the entire 340-mile length of the James River through high-resolution, 360-degree panoramic images. View the map here.
Middle James River Water Trail Maps
These maps provide a detailed view of the James River From Lynchburg to, and including, Richmond. These maps were developed in cooperation with the National Park Service Gateways Program and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.
View the maps in pdf:
Map1: City of Lynchburg to Joshua Falls
Map 2: Joshua Falls to Dog Island
Map 3: Howardsville to Columbia
Map 4: Stearns to Maidens
Map 5: Maidens to Bosher's Dam
Map 6: Bosher's Dam to City of Richmond
These maps are no longer for sale.
Lower James River Water Trail Maps
These maps provide a guide to boaters outlining the natural and historical points of interest along approximately 110 miles of the Lower James River: from Richmond to the Chesapeake Bay. They include access site location and amenities, historic landmarks, natural areas, greenways and blueways, Gateways, public beaches and picnic areas, hiking/ biking/ walking trails, camping areas, food/ restroom services, and safety and emergency information.
Developed in cooperation with the National Park Service Gateways Program and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.
View the maps in pdf:
Map 1: Richmond to Presquile National Wildlife Refuge
Map 2: Presquile National Wildlife Refuge to Kennon Marsh
Map 3: Kennon Marsh to Hog Island Wildlife Management Area
Map 4: Hog Island Wildlife Management Area to Ragged Island Wildlife Management Area
Map 5: Ragged Island Wildlife Management Area to the Chesapeake Bay
The orginal water-proof map is avaiable for sale ($7 including shipping)
Chickahominy Water Trail and Guide Map
View the map in pdf:
Chickahominy Water Trail and Guide Map (3.94mb)
This map and guide were created by the James River Association with the assistance of Charles City County, New Kent County, James City County, the Chickahominy Tribe, the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, the Virginia Council on Indians, and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Runoff Rundown Guide Map
At least 1,400 different climbers have climbed Mr. Everest...only a few people are known to have paddled the entire length of the James River. Take the Full James River Rundown challenge. To the map >>