Labyrinth at Richard Ray All-America Park

About the Labyrinth

The Labyrinth at Richard Ray All-America Park is not a maze. Follow this single winding path from the edge of the labyrinth to the center for a walking meditation experience. This labyrinth contains a number of ancient symbols, including the circle, spiral and meander. It represents the journey inward to our own true selves and back out into the everyday world.


You will find the Labyrinth tucked along the edge of the tree line at Richard Ray All-America Park on the right side as you enter the park from the parking area. 1200 Commons Drive North.

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The Labyrinth was made possible by the leadership of Lea Efrid, contributions from the Richard Ray Family as well as Lea & Charles Efrid. Construction of the Labyrinth was executed by Jeff austerer and White Oak High School students during the summer 2013.