PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY PARKS OPEN FOR TRAIL USE ONLY
Prince William County is taking a number of precautionary measures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Among these is restricting the use of Prince William County's parks to trails only. Beginning at 11:59 PM on March 25, 2020, all Prince William County park parking lots and non-trail amenities will be closed to the public. We encourage visitors to continue using trails and walking paths at parks near their home and ask patrons to avoid driving to parks because parking will not be available.
Please continue to practice proper social distancing when visiting parks. All park amenities (incl. recreation centers and playgrounds) are closed, but trails and walking paths remain open. Please encourage social distancing during a time when parks are seeing increased visitation.
UPDATE MARCH 31, 2020
With the Governor's recent Emergency Order effective April 1, 2020, open space and utilization of any National, State, and Local park space should only be utilized for walks or general fitness. Parking lots will more than likely be closed. Travel is only permitted for essential needs.
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State Parks, Forests and Preserves
¾-mile boardwalk that traverses Neabsco Creek - Park is open to foot and bike traffic only (no cars). No groups of 10 or more. Practice...
4-mile trail. Park is open to foot and bike traffic only (no cars). Follow CDC guidelines for group numbers and safe distances.
3.2 miles of scenic trail open. Park is open to foot and bike traffic only (no cars). Reserved pavilions, batting cages, driving...
4 miles of hiking/equestrian trails. Park is open to foot and bike traffic only (no cars). Practice safe distancing.
4 miles gravel walking trails and 2-mile wildlife driving/biking loop are open
A mile-long nature trail traverses the scenic forested section of the park. Park is open to foot and bike traffic only (no cars). Enjoy...