RECREATION & PARKS
Deep Run Park & Recreation Center
Available for rent, Deep Run Recreation Center is the ideal facility for various size gatherings, celebrations, meetings, or retreats. The site also has AV equipment available such as a ceiling mounted projector, sound system, and wireless microphones. Deep Run Recreation Center is located within the beautiful Deep Run Park. The park includes ponds, walkways, playgrounds, and open space as well as a gazebo. A variety of classes and events are offered for both children and adults throughout the year.
Hours of Operation
Open daily from dawn to dusk
Rental & Program Hours
Friday & Saturday: 8am-11pm
Hiking/ Nature Trail
Open Play Area
View the Recreation programs held at Deep Run Park and Recreation Center.
For a complete list of Recreation programs and to register online, visit HCRP Connect.
Registration is required in advance for all programs with a fee.
Deep Run Friendship Cafe’
Tue & Thu, Jan 19-Apr 28, 9am-1pm
Ages 60+. Senior Connections’ Friendship Cafés are neighborhood gathering places for seniors. A nutritious midday meal is served. Enjoy meeting up with good friends and participating in diverse activities to remain active and connected to the community. Information: Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging, 343-3026 or email@example.com. Registration is required in advance, through Senior Connections only. No drop-ins allowed.
Fri, Jan 8-Apr 29, 1-4pm
All ages. Mahjong is a game of skill, strategy, intelligence, calculation, and luck! Bring friends or come alone and join our group that meets every Friday. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tax Aide Program
Mon-Fri, Feb 1-Apr 15, 10am-3pm
All ages. Tax-aide is a free tax service provided by the IRS and administered by AARP. All volunteer tax preparers are certified by passing an IRS exam. This program is open to all ages and taxpayers are not required to be AARP members. Tax-Aide cannot prepare Sch C, AMT or Sch E rental returns. No appointments required or accepted – first come, first served basis only. Be sure to bring last year’s returns and all your tax forms for the current year. For more information, visit http://www.aarp.org/ taxaide or call the site locator at 1-888-227-7669.
Sat, Mar 5, 8am-5pm
Ages 12+. This course, offered by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, is recommended for people ages 12 and older with good reading and comprehension skills who want to learn more about the fundamentals of safe and responsible boating. This course covers boating operations, safe boating practices, navigation signs, and boating responsibilities. Each participant will take the boating safety exam and, upon passing, will receive their boating safety education course completion card. Registration is required. To register, please contact the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries at 800-830-2268 or visit www.dgif.virginia.gov. For more information: email@example.com. Note: Registration is not taken through Henrico Rec and Parks. Please call the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries at 800-830-2268 to register.
Preventing Common Lawn and Garden Mistakes
Thu, Mar 17, 7-8pm
Ages 18+. Got the winter blues? Jump start your spring with an informative session on preventing costly and time-consuming mistakes in the garden. Learn the “how, when, and where” for a year round beautiful yard. Instructor: Extension Agent. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat, April 9, 1-4pm
Bring your whole family to a day full of fun and festivities where everyone gets to participate. Find the golden ball as we kick off with a giant ball drop. Then bounce your way through colossal obstacle courses and mega moon bounces to team up for some family ‘minute to win it’ games and friendly competition. Watch as the Nationally known Air Elite Dunkers bounce their way into spring in the gym or get your groove on with music from Trademark or the dance troupe Future Shock. Find the garden gnomes coming out of hibernation while you start your own rock garden. More fun to be had than the whole family can enjoy. Concessions available for purchase. Information: email@example.com
An American Legend-The Chevrolet Corvette
Sun, May 15, 2-3:30pm
Named after a small, highly maneuverable naval escort ship, the Corvette was introduced in 1953 as the first large-scale, mass-produced car with an all-fiberglass body. Unique in automotive history, no other car has come close to the romantic reputation of Chevrolet’s powerful two-seat sports car, It has become one of the most loved legends of American auto manufacturing – no other car has achieved 60 (and counting) years of continuous production, Join the Corvette Club of Richmond and Richmond Region AACA for a presentation and exploration of 7 generations of vehicle design and see why over 1.5 million Corvettes have been manufactured in America and sold around the world! Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Without Walls Deep Run – Justin Trawick
Sun, June 5, 5-8pm
Music Without Walls is an intimate outdoor concert series. Unwind with friends and family while listening to the great tunes of Justin Trawick. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets. Let’s make it a great night. Information: email@example.com
The facility has numerous rooms available for rent:
- Ridgefield Ballroom: 120 (maximum capacity)
- Ballroom A: 72 (maximum capacity)
- Ballroom B: 40 (maximum capacity)
- Gaskins Gym: 120 (maximum capacity)
- Gayton Conference Room: 12 (maximum capacity)
- Springfield Room: 24 (maximum capacity)
The site also includes a full size caterer’s kitchen and a patio.
The parking lot has the capacity for 196 vehicles.
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- Deep Run Facility Reservation Guide
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3.4 miles paved trails