Ridgeview is home to several athletic fields, including Little League, Babe Ruth, and Farm League baseball fields.
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. While fishing can be done at many spots along the river, Ridgeview Park also offers residents a fishing pier. Thanks to the Waynesboro Disability Services Board, and efforts led by Charlie Downs, this handicap-accessible pier helps to provide more people with the opportunity to fish. The pier is located near the River Shelter, and the tennis courts.
Don’t forget your fishing permit!
Located between the bike path and the river, the creative playground provides fun for children year-round. This playground offers two sets of age-appropriate equipment as well as plenty of benches for caregivers to sit and watch, assuming they are not playing too.
The garden is on a one acre knoll at the south entrance to Ridgeview Park off Northgate Avenue. A walkway leads you through an array of low growing shrubs, brightly colored flowers, all full of green leaves in the summer and beautiful color in the fall.
The soccer fields are located on the other side of the river at Ridgeview Park. Upon crossing the walk-bridge, one will find three different soccer fields. These fields are used as the primary home site for the Augusta Futbol Club and support Waynesboro’s numerous traveling soccer teams.
These reconstructed tennis courts were completed in the summer of 2008. The project was made possible, in part, by the United States Tennis Association. The courts are frequently used for lessons, league play, and are also available on a first come, first serve basis.
The 50-meter War Memorial Pool and bathhouse offers the perfect opportunity for all members of your family to cool off from Memorial Day to Mid August.
This facilities amenities include unlimited seating, electricity, water by reservation and restrooms from April to October with nearby restrooms at the pool open year round. Call the Parks and Recreation office to reserve the amphitheater.
This peaceful shelter located next to the South River is handicap accessible and adjacent to accessible parking areas allowing for easy mobility. The 24-by-33 foot picnic shelter typically houses 4 picnic tables (exact number is not guaranteed). This shelter has a double charcoal grill and access to restrooms and water by the pool across the parking lot.
The largest of the picnic shelters at Ridgeview Park, is located in the middle of the park, along the bike path. The 35-by-30 foot picnic shelter typically houses 12 picnic tables (exact number is not guaranteed). This shelter has electricity, a grill, water and restrooms nearby (the ones by the pool are open year round; there are also restrooms by the amphitheater which are open from April to October). This popular shelter is surrounded by an array of plantings that provide an abundance of colors and textures to the setting.