Parks and Recreation

These are the many Parks you may visit in Vienna Vienna VA Map

  • Blake Lane Park
  • Briarcliff Park
  • Cunningham Park
  • Dunn Loring Park
  • Eudora Park
  • Freedom Hill Park
  • Hideawy Park
  • Lake Fairfax Park
  • Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
  • Moorefield Park
  • Nottaway Park
  • Peterson Park
  • Southside Park
  • Sun Valley Park
  • Tamarack Park
  • Town Park
  • Van Dyck Park
  • Walter Caffi Park Borge Street Park
  • Clarks Crossing Park
  • Difficult Run Stream Valley Park
  • E Blake Lane Park
  • Foxstone Park
  • Glyndon Park
  • Idlywood Park
  • Lawyers Road School Park
  • Meadow Lane Park
  • Northside Park
  • Oak Marr Park and Recreation Ctr.
  • Ragland Road Park
  • Springlake Park
  • Symphony Hill Park
  • Towers Park
  • Tysons Woods Park
  • Villa Lee Park
  • Wolf Trails Park
  • Wolf Trap National Park for Performing Arts
  • Wolftrap Stream Valley Park

Fairfax County Park Authority The Park Locator enables you to search by park name or facility types. For example, use this feature to get a list of parks that contain a tennis court, playground or golf driving range. Driving directions are available from Google Maps.

Town of Vienna – Parks and Recreation The Town of Vienna Parks and Recreation Department is committed to creating a community through people, parks, and programs.

Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority Welcome to your Northern Virginia Regional Parks–more than 10,000 acres of woodlands, streams and rolling Virginia countryside. Enjoy 21 Regional Parks featuring golf courses, swimming pools, hiking trails, and more.

Meadowlark Botanical Gardens Beauty, conservation, education and discovery flourish throughout the year at this 95 acre complex of large ornamental display gardens and unique native plant collections.

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts Wolf Trap plays a valuable leadership role in both the local and national performing arts communities. Through a wide range of artistic and education programs, Wolf Trap enhances our nation’s cultural life and ensures that the arts remain accessible and affordable to the broadest possible audience.

A typical season at Wolf Trap includes something for everyone with performances ranging from pop, country, folk, and blues to orchestra, dance, theater, and opera, as well as innovative performance art and multimedia presentations.

Washington & Old Dominion Regional Park The 100-foot-wide W&OD has been called “the skinniest park in Virginia.” But it is also one of the longest parks, 45 miles of paved trail for walking, running, bicycling and skating and 32 miles of adjacent gravel trail for horseback riding. Built on the roadbed of the former Washington & Old Dominion Railroad, the multi-use W&OD Trail runs through the urban heartland and countryside of Northern Virginia.

Difficult Run Stream Valley Park — This is a secluded twelve-mile (19 km) hiking and biking trail was built along Difficult Run from Reston, VA through Oakton, VA to Great Falls Park. The trail is well-known among area mountain biking enthusiasts for its rolling terrain which makes for fast, smooth rides although there are portions requiring technical skills. From Lake Fairfax the trail then crosses over Hunter Mill Road and follows Difficult Run itself all the way to Great Falls Park. Almost the entire length of Difficult Run is paralleled by the Cross County Trail. Cross County Trail Map

Nottaway Park — At Nottoway Park, you can play tennis, basketball or volleyball, garden, picnic, work out on the fitness trail, or enjoy the quiet solitude of a wooded nature path. A picnic shelter and picnic area may also be reserved. Hunter House, a turn-of-the-century historic mansion located on park grounds, is available for private and corporate rental. It was the residence of immigrant John C. Hunter. From 1921 to 1940, the property was a winery, producing the wine “Virginia Maid.”

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Lake Fairfax Park An 18-acre lake, The Water Mine – an outdoor swimming pool enveloped by a lazy river; seasonal fishing, campgrounds, picnic areas, trails, a carousel, and playground. Nominal fees are charged for the Water Mine, carousel, boating, and camping.

Trails in Fairfax County: Bike Trails

Nature Trails

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