May 10th, 2020
Tucked between Harness Creek and the South River, Quiet Waters Park is the perfect place to take a break from the daily grind. Whether you head to the playground with your favorite little ones, take a relaxing walk along a park’s trail, or visit one of the Visitor Center’s art galleries for an extra dash of culture, the park will give you all the peace and quiet you need.
Of course, with a name like Quiet Waters Park, it’s no surprise that there are lots of options for aquatic fun. Rent single or double kayaks, rowboats, pedal boats, stand up paddleboards or bicycles from Paddle or Pedal for an extra-fun experience. Not a fan of spending time on the water? Spend some time walking by the lakefront or resting in The James Lighthizer Gazebo for beautiful pond views from the comfort of shore.
Begin your visit to the park at The Quiet Waters Visitor Center, then spend the day or the afternoon in relaxation. Take to the water or sit in the shade—take a deep breath and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Quiet Waters Park will prove itself to be the ideal spot for some quiet time alone or an afternoon out with your family.