Located at the point where historic Goose Creek meets the Potomac River, River Creek’s Confluence Park provides a natural setting in which to relax and savor breathtaking water views, as well as enjoy sports courts, a playground, a picnic area with grills and tables, and a dock for launching your canoe, kayak, or paddle board.
Read about the profound effect River Creek’s Confluence Park Committee is having on the health of our local ecosystems, wildlife, streams and drinking water in this article by the Piedmont Environmental Council. Common Space for the Greater Good
HOA Native Plant Landscape Tour – Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Native Plan Landscape Tour of River Creek
River Creek would like to thank the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy for creating these videos and allowing us to display them on our website. We especially would like to thank BJ Lecrone for being the cameraperson/editor/web person of the videos.
Edwards Ferry – Confluence Park
Between June 25 to June 27, 1863, 90,000 Union soldiers crossed the Potomac River on their way to the Battle of Gettysburg. This sign, designed by historian Craig Swain for River Creek’s Confluence Park, commemorates the event. The sign was unveiled on the date and the location that these events occurred 158 years earlier. Link to the Unveiling Video Link to Craig Swain’s Commemoration before a group of 50 River Creek residents. About Craig Swain
“Confluence Park is the jewel of the community”