Nova Parks

Nothing is more relaxing than to connect with nature!

You should really include Nova Parks in your list of places to visit in Fairfax. The park houses more than 10,000 acres of woodlands, streams, parks, trails, nature reserves, countryside and historic sites in Northern Virginia.

It actually operates 33 regional parks, such as: Bull Run Regional Park, Ball’s Bluff Battlefield and National Cemetery, Hemlock Overlook Regional Park, Fountainhead Regional Park, Sandy Run Regional Park, Occoquan Regional Park, Pohick Bay Regional Park, Gateway Regional Park, Upton Hill Regional Park, Cameron Run Regional Park, and Potomac Overlook Regional Park.

If you don’t mind, you can actually stay in the park the whole day. If you need to dine, there’s a cafe. If you think you need to refresh your muscles, go for a run on the trails. If you want to take photos with diverse streaks of colors in the background, there’s a botanical garden.

The park is located at 5400 Ox Rd, Fairfax Station and opens at 8 AM.

  1. Accommodation

One main concern you should consider when going on a trip is the accommodation? And what makes Nova Parks very convenient is the availability of camping cabins, camping sites for family and groups where you can put up tents, picnic shelters, and cottages.

Get total peace surrounded by the bliss of nature–the fresh air and the sound of crickets and birds nearby are just perfect for meditation that will really put you to a good sleep.

  1. Boating and Fishing

After calming your mind and soul, maybe it’s time to move your muscles and build physical strength. There are boating and fishing activities just around the area. Besides, this is one of the best ways to do with the whole family and bond together.

There are an available boat and kayak rentals, boat launch, boating at the reservoir, water trail, paddle tours, RV and boat storage, scholastic rowing, snack bar, and bait shop.

  1. Family/Play

Want to treat the whole family to an eventful getaway? You might want to consider Nova Parks, Fairfax in your list of choices.

The park has stunning venues both for small and big events such as birthday parties and weddings. If you want to explore the whole place, there are guided tours.

If you aim for a quality time with your loved ones, then you can bring everyone to the winter walk of lights, botanical gardens, the festival of lights, fall festival, family visits/farm tours, and gazebo rentals.

Now for a fruitful and adventurous part of the trip, the kids will surely enjoy the water park, batting cages, outdoor programs, educational tours, corn maze, field trips, mini-golf, nature center, and wide playground.

  1. Food/Dining

After an eventful and tiring day, everyone must be starving. The place also offers dining places which serve delightful dishes. There are camp stores, event pavilions, restaurants and a visitor center where you can buy take out foods and snacks.

  1. Sport

Are you interested in sports, but didn’t have time for it because of hectic work schedules? You can definitely allocate one day of your vacation to sports activities.

The park offers archery range, golf course, paved trail for biking, equestrian trails, hiking, private shoot lessons, mountain bike trail, soccer fields and tournaments, swimming lessons.

To learn more about what awaits you at Nova Parks, kindly visit https://www.novaparks.com/

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