Following step for Woodfin’s Whitewater Wave launches with community study

Formidable new recreation alternatives for river-going adventurers are moving forward in Woodfin, as the city seeks community input on its growth and renovation of Woodfin Riverside Park and construction of the Whitewater Wave.

The city of Woodfin, via a study, is seeking enter on its newly adopted Riverside Advancements and Expansion Master Approach that will be included to the Riverside Park Improvements & Growth Grasp System introduced in July 2020.

The town is also working to secure the previous chunk of funding for a job that includes essentially four parks, City Administrator Eric Hardy explained. Those are a greenway, a blueway, Silver-Line Park and Riverside Park, which features the Whitewater Wave. 

Silver-Line Park is very well beneath construction, he reported, which the town hopes to open up this drop, however it experienced to wait on some allowing for the boat ramp and other riverbank options. The full park really should be open up no later than next spring. 

That will be linked to Riverside Park via a greenway, Hardy claimed. For that, the city has partnered with the county, which is serving as task manager. 

People paddle up the French Broad River in a canoe near the location of the future Woodfin Wave June 21, 2021.

The town is also a number of months into the design for Riverside Park and the Whitewater Wave, collecting community input now ahead of factoring those into conceptual drawings that will be offered to the town board, and the moment it offers the Okay, last types will be compiled. 

All of that should just take about one more yr, Hardy mentioned, and making use

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