Huguenot Hundred Community Association
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Home (Updated August 5, 2012)

The River Front Boat Ramp and Picnic Area


Huguenot Hundred is an established community in eastern Midlothian, Virginia, just outside the Richmond City limits.  The community is comprised of 49 homes, the first constructed in 1972.

Several homes in Huguenot Hundred are located on the James river, with the rest having river access via the community owned 7.87 acre waterfront picnic area and boat ramp.

The neighborhood is located at the western end of Cherokee road at the Intersection of Old Gun. This road is designated as a Scenic Byway and is therefore quite busy with sightseers, cyclists, walkers and joggers - and of course many deer. So, when traveling, please pay careful attention to the other road users and of course your speed!

 If you have any questions about our community or this website, please feel free to contact us


Note: Water Level at Westham Gage (Above 9 ft Flood Stage the HHCA Pier will be flooded)

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