A beautiful evergreen-lined lane at the south end of Magnolia Avenue welcomes you to this 85 acre park where benches line the bank of the South River which meanders through the park. Ridgeview Park is open from sunrise to sunset and offers a variety of great settings for picnics and family fun. The park has something for everyone… fishing, wheelchair accessible fishing pier, several ball-fields, an amphitheater, a creative playground, soccer fields, tennis courts, a basketball court, beautiful gardens, and a walking or jogging trail.
Young family members will enjoy a large, creative play area. Fishermen should take note that the South River is a good place to fish. Bass, perch, bluegill, catfish and even trout can be found within its waters.
DIRECTIONS TO RIDGEVIEW PARK
Take I-81 to Route 250 in Staunton.
Take Route 250 East approximately 8 miles into Waynesboro.
At the intersection of Route 250 and Route 340 (you’ll see a Burger King, BP Station, Subway, and Rite Aid), go straight on Route 250.
Take the second right (there’s a Hardee’s at this corner) turn right onto Magnolia.
Follow Magnolia as far as it goes and you’ll see the park.
From I-64, take Exit 94. When you get off the exit ramp, turn right onto Route 340. Take Route 340 approximately 2 miles.
At the traffic light at Riverview Cemetery, turn right onto 13th Street. Go one block to the stop sign and turn right onto Magnolia Avenue. Magnolia ends at the park.