Wildwood Park is a city greenway for recreation and nature study in the heart of Radford. In this 50 acre wooded valley is a stream, Connelly's Run, woodland habitat, marshy areas, meadows, and limestone cliffs with tufa formations. A bikeway  runs through the valley and there are hiking trails on both sides.   The park also has a long and interesting history.
Yesterday explores the Park's history.
Today  describes its geology and biology.
Tomorrow showcases plans for enhancing the Park

New Key to the Trees and Woody Plants -- see News.

For more news see the News page.

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This site was developed, in part, thanks to a grant to the New River Community Foundation and the City of Radford
from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Managing Information in Rural America project.

Page last modified 30 August 2013