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First Day Hike: Complete History of Leesylvania State Park

Bring in the New Year with a guided hike led by two former staff members that are experts on Leesylvania State Park. Brendon Hanafin served as Chief Ranger and Assistant Park Manager at Leesylvania State Park and now manages 16 properties and 553 acres of preserved historic and natural sites for Prince William County. Jim Klakowicz has 32 years of experience with Virginia State Parks and within that time he built Leesylvania State Park. Start with a quick tour of the history museum, then walk down the Potomac Trail, to Freestone Point, through Lee's Woods Trail, and back to the visitor center. After, join us for a bonfire, light snacks, beverages, hot drinks, and s'mores that will be provided by the Friends of Leesylvania.

Reserve by December 30 to or call the visitor center at 703-583-6904. Pets are welcome. The trail is not accessible for strollers. Parking fees are waived for the day.

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