PB-00419520 Destination Hopewell! Like Kayaking on the Appomattox River The lower Appomattox River is a popular destination for kayak and canoe enthusiasts. This twenty-mile stretch of river has been designated a State Scenic River. The Hopewell City Marina offers an accessible kayak launch complete with a floating platform, handrails, and rollers for easy launching and docking. When heading upriver, kayakers will enjoy a variety of marsh channels for exploring and viewing then historic Weston Plantation house. When paddling down river, boaters will enjoy scenic views of historic City Point and Appomattox Manor. This area of the river is rich with bald eagle and osprey activity. Launch your boat at the Hopewell City Marina today and explore all that the scenic Appomattox has to offer! For more information contact us at (804) 541-2353 or https://www.hopewellrecandparks.com/ Like The Hopewell Riverwalk The Hopewell Riverwalk is an elevated boardwalk that begins at City Park. The Riverwalk offers a variety of scenic views of the Appomattox River. Enjoy an evening stroll along the Appomattox or take an afternoon walk experiencing the sights and sounds of our majestic river. For more information contact us at (804) 541-2353 or https://www.hopewellrecandparks.com The Wonder City Craft Beer Festival returns every April in downtown Hopewell. The festival is free and open to the public with a separate beer sampling area. Children’s area, live music, food trucks, and over 20 craft beers and ciders will be available throughout the afternoon. Dates, times and details available at (804) 541-2353 or www.wondercitybeerfest.com Like the Wonder City Craft Beer Festival Exciting Events Like Weston Manor Listed in the National Register of Historical Places, Weston Manor is considered notable for preserving much of its original interior, especially its distinctive moldings, wainscoting and chair rails. Guided tours of the house and grounds are available year round Monday- Saturday 10AM to 4:30 PM and Sunday from 1PM to 4:30 PM. The grounds are open to the public free of charge and the pier provides access to the Appomattox River. Contact the Hopewell Historic Foundation for more information of this and other historic locations throughout the city. 804-458-4682 or https://historichopewell.org Educational Historic Locations Engaging Outdoor Activities 38 CHESTERFIELD COUNTY • COLONIAL HEIGHTS • DINWIDDIE COUNTY • HOPEWELL • PETERSBURG • PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY