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11180 Fairfax Blvd
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (703) 591-5900
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Kutner Park remains a favorite spot with mothers who bring their little ones to play in the park's safe environment. Two play areas are found in the park, apart from swings and spring riders.
Fairfax Villa Park is a popular outdoor attraction in the city. The park has a well-laid out running trail which makes it much-frequented by walking and running enthusiasts.
Bells Bird Sanctuary Park is a large recreational area in Fairfax. The sanctuary park features a vast expanse of green surroundings and remains a popular picnic spot.
Providence Park is a beautifully landscaped park with large walking paths. A favorite among dog walkers, the park also has a soccer ground dotted with trees. An enclosed area inside the park remains a great picnic spot.
The Van Dyck Park is a great place to enjoy a day out with the family. With great facilities and plenty of space, kids, teens and adults can enjoy fun activities from a lively game of basketball, tennis, volleyball and more. The picnic pavilion is a nice place to enjoy a picnic that the kids will enjoy, while the playground is the perfect place for the little ones to have fun with others their own age. The park also features an exercise trail for a great outdoor workout.
Spread out over 12 acres(4.8 hectares), the Historic Blenheim offers a unique insight into the history, culture and architecture of 19th-century Fairfax, VA during the Civil War. Visit the fascinating Blenheim Home or farmhouse that Albert Willcoxon built, which features a unique treasure trove of information about the Union soldiers and their lives during the Civil War. You'll find art, signatures, poetry and games at the site, including the fascinating "diary on walls". A visit to the Civil War Interpretive Center at Historic Blenheim offers an even deeper understanding of the impact of the war on local history, culture and politics.
Brentwood Park is a popular spot for family recreation in the community. This 10-acre (four-hectare) landscape features a fishing pond, several trails for hiking and biking, a playground and picnic areas.
Piney Branch Park is a local community park in Fairfax. It features a walking track, play area, and is pet-friendly.
The 48 acre (19.4) Daniels Run Park features several hiking and jogging trails amidst the natural beauty of the woodlands. A picnic area offers the perfect setting for a fun day out with family and friends. The kids can enjoy the little tot lot, just for them.
A visit to the Ashby Pond is a chance to enjoy nature and the natural beauty of this lovely site. The green vistas around the pond are perfect for a summer picnic with friends and family, while the walking trail offers a tranquil, peaceful way to explore the area.
The Long Branch Stream Valley Park is a lovely wooded park just a short distance from the city center. The park features walking trails along the woodland as well as picturesque walking areas along the stream. The trail starts at Rutherford Park and continues through the natural woods and lovely scenery.
Located along the Long Branch Stream Valley Trail, Rutherford Park is a popular starting point to explore the natural beauty of the area with an easy to follow walking and hiking trail, perfect even for beginners. The park also features a popular play area for the kids.