Loudoun County, Virginia has a many parks offering a variety of recreational opportunities. The following are the largest parks with the most amenities.
Algonkian Regional Park
47001 Fairway Drive, Sterling Virginia
Located along the Potomac River, the 250-acre park features a water park, golf course, miniature golf, two miles of nature trails great for bird watching, a boat launch, picnic shelters, a playground and vacation cottages.
Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park
Ball's Bluff Rd. Leesburg, Virginia
This Civil War site along the banks of the Potomac River is one of the smallest national cemeteries in the country. Just 54 Union soldiers are buried here, There is a one mile loop hiking trail with interpretive signs.
Claude Moore Park
21544 Old Vestal's Gap Road, Sterling, Virginia
Claude Moore Park features 357 acres of trails, wetlands, meadows and forests. The Lanesville Heritage area is listed on the National Register, and the Guilford Signal Station is listed on the Civil War Trails. Visitors enjoy self-guided tours, picnicking, hiking, fishing, biking, softball, baseball and football.
Temple Hall Farm Regional Park
15789 Temple Hall Lane, Leesburg, Virginia
This is a 286-acre working farm that offers farm tours and tractor wagon rides. The site is locally known for its fall festival and the MAiZE.
Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park
This 45-mile long paved trail runs from Shirlington to Purcellville, Virginia. The trail is one of the best for biking, walking and jogging in Northern Virginia. It was built on the former railroad bed of the W&OD Railroad.
For Parks in Alexandria, see Page 1
For Parks in Arlington County, see Page 2
For Parks in Fairfax County, see Page 3
For Parks in Prince William County, see Page 5