We are a group of volunteers who enjoy and appreciate Forest Hill Park and all it has to offer. Our goals include preserving the park’s amenities by encouraging and demonstrating sensible management and enhancing the park area with projects such as invasive plant removal and erosion control. Forest Hill Park is a jewel, one of the oldest and loveliest open areas in Richmond, and we want it to remain so for many generations to come.
Learn more and get involved!
Tuesday 1:30 to 3:30
Nathan Burrell has asked FFHP to help remove invasive species around the lake to keep the Restoration Permit for the lake. Please meet at the Gazebo by the lake. Wear gloves and sturdy shoes. Bring clippers and small digging tools. You will receive some help in identifying the invasive plants.
Please let us know you're coming by contacting FFHP @ firstname.lastname@example.org
September 22 - Saturday
Forest Hill History Tour. Local guide Matt Zipperer will lead a 2 hour walk around the Forest Hill neighborhood identifying early houses and their owner and their significance to the history of Forest Hill. Please meet at the Stone House @ 9:30. Tour begins at 10. Free to FFHP members, $15 for non members. Tax deductible.
September 29 - Saturday
FFHP Monthly Invasive Plant Removal. This is part of Give a Day RVA.
10:00 to Noon. 3800 Forest Hill Ave, near the Pyramid.
Coming in October - FFHP-JR's annual Halloween Howl.