We’ve made it through the dreary winter months and the warmer days of spring are near. As we shift into springtime, people are excited to get outside and spend some quality time in nature. We have some suggestions of great parks and greenspaces we’ve worked at where people can get outdoors and appreciate the welcome change of season.
Neabsco Creek Boardwalk – Woodbridge, VA
The Neabsco Creek trail and boardwalk in Woodbridge, VA, offer hikers and cyclists natural views of the Potomac waterfront and wetlands. By building these boardwalks using our top-down construction method, people can now explore sensitive areas that weren’t previously accessible without endangering animal habitats and native plant life. In addition to the boardwalk, Nature Bridges constructed an elevated observation tower for visitors to enjoy unobstructed views of the marshland scenery. If you find yourself in the Virginia area this spring, be sure to check out the Neabsco Creek Boardwalk.
Salinas Park – Cape San Blas, FL
The impressive Salinas Park at Cape San Blas is a seaside gem. Trails wind through pine forest and coastal scrub, creating a stunning setting for your next beach escape. Our team was honored to be a part of this wonderful piece of paradise, building boardwalks, observation platforms and shade pavilions for the public to enjoy. Come visit this spot on the next warm spring day for a relaxing retreat you’ll never forget.
South Chickamauga Creek Greenway – Chattanooga, TN
Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, this scenic trail system has paved paths great for biking and elevated boardwalk views of forested creek banks. Nature Bridges used their top-down construction method to build timber boardwalks, retaining walls, and handrailing throughout this scenic park in order to ensure minimal impact on the environment. Come see the beautiful scenery for yourself this spring!
Big Creek Greenway – Alpharetta, GA
One of our recent projects at Big Creek Greenway in Alpharetta, Georgia, is a perfect place to spend the warmer months! The greenway spans 8 miles along Big Creek and it’s perfect for exploring the natural habitats of the area. Visitors can traverse the pathways using the boardwalks and free-span bridge that Nature Bridges contributed to the beautiful space. It is an excellent location to see the first blooms of spring.
We hope you take some time to visit these beautiful locations this spring. We take pride in preserving natural habitats while improving parks and trails in communities across the country. Are you are interested in a bridge, boardwalk, or walking trail? Contact Nature Bridges and we’ll help you get started: 850-997-8585.