Banister River Blueway - King’s Bridge Landing
A dedication event for the Banister River Gateway Project in Halifax is set to be conducted to coincide with the town’s Earth Day
Extravaganza Celebration in April, 2015.
A canoe/kayak launch is part of the Banister River Blueway where paddlers are able to enjoy a spirited three and a half hour float
to the Terry’s Bridge Landing on U.S. Highway 360
King’s Bridge Landing include bridge streetlights, a gateway sign and a wayside with lighted parking which will provide interpretive
signage, a river overlook near the old King’s Bridge stone piers, river access as part of the Southern Virginia Wild Blueway regional
canoe trail system and future trailhead to the Tobacco Heritage Trail.
Click on the image below to see a large image of a proposed interpretive panel for the Revolutionary War crossing of the Banister.
Click on any of the images above to see originals.
Site created February 19, 2015. Will be updated as project nears completion. Contact Carl Espy for more details firstname.lastname@example.org