Prince William County is filled with great places for active outdoors fun and learning! Here are some of them:
If you are looking for a children’s program, dance instruction, an outdoor pavilion rental or a location for that indoor event, Ben Lomond Community Center provides friendly and thorough customer service to everyone!
Our newly-renovated community center offers children's classes, playschool and special events. Birchdale pool is opening on Saturday, May 29th!
If you'd like to race, we have an excellent facility that is available for rental!
This 800-acre area protects ecosystems that are increasingly imperiled in our region and offers unique opportunities to observe wildlife.
The 350-acre camp is the latest and greatest camping experience! Camp Snyder serves as a multi-functional camp that can meet the needs of Packs, Troops, Venture Crews, Varsity Teams, and other organizations looking to develop a partnership or quality outdoor experience.
Is part of Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail. This 450-acre forest is highly valued by nature lovers and a popular equestrian site.
Is part of Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail, including 19 acres of constructed wetlands and about 200 acres of natural wetlands.
"Something for Everyone"! Lake Ridge Park offers fishing and boating, hiking trails, picnic pavilions, playgrounds, wooded natural areas, a mini-golf course and ample opportunities for family fun. Enjoy our beautiful facilities overlooking the Occoquan Reservoir!
With 470-acres, this park offers many outdoor recreation opportunities, including camping, boating, fishing, birding and other nature explorations.
Has everything you need to get in touch with nature; fishing, boating, Jean Smith Amphitheater, golf driving range, mini-golf course, picnic areas, pedal boats and more.
Well loved by history buffs, the Battlefield's 5,100 acres of trails and fields preserve a part of Civil War history. It is also popular with wildflower enthusiasts, birders and equestrians.
Provides a great variety of habitats for wildlife within a rapidly urbanizing region. Meadowood also offers extensive environmental education programs for homeschoolers, public and private schools, local 4-H groups and community youth agencies.
This 302-acre Wildlife Management Area includes more than 100 acres of wetlands and a diversity of plant and animal communities. -A great place to watch wildlife year round!
Occuquan Bay NWR hosts a broad diversity of wetland habitats and is a premiere area for birding and butterfly enthusiasts. Featherstone National Wildlife Refuge provides habitat for Neotropical migrants, waterfowl, ospreys, and bald eagles.
Is the largest protected natural area in the D.C. region. The park preserves 15,000 acres of eastern piedmont forest, and Quantico Creek. William Forest Park is an important area for outdoor recreation, water quality protection and scientific studies.