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  2. Fountainhead Regional Park (Fairfax Station) - All You Need ...

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    Fountainhead Regional Park contains shared-use hiking and equestrian trails and provides trailhead access to the 19.7 mile Bull Run Occoquan Trail. Kayak, power boat and canoe rentals are available, or bring your own to our boat launch ramp on the Occoquan Reservoir. If you’d rather stay on land simply relax and cast a line at the fishing pier.

  3. Kayaking - Review of Fountainhead Regional Park, Fairfax ...

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    Fountainhead Regional Park Fountainhead Regional Park 37 Reviews #2 of 7 things to do in Fairfax Station Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities, More 10875 Hampton Rd, Fairfax Station, VA 22039-2753 Open today: 5:30 AM - 9:00 PM Save E9457MTrichardb Vienna, Virginia 199 95 Kayaking Review of Fountainhead Regional Park Reviewed June 18, 2017 via mobile

  4. Fountainhead Regional Park - Trail Running - RootsRated

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    Fountainhead Regional Park lies on the Occoquan River, a tributary to the larger Potomac River. It boasts an extensive system of trails primarily used for mountain biking, but there's also another route — the Bull Run/Occoquan Trail — that runs 18 miles along the Occoquan between Bull Run Regional Park and Fountainhead.

  5. 12 Great Parks Around Washington - Washingtonian

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    Fountainhead Regional Park offers paths not only for hiking but also for horseback riding and mountain biking. Photograph courtesy of NOVA Parks Located in Fairfax Station on the Occoquan Reservoir, this place is for water lovers. The reservoir—which feels more like a river—snakes through the tree-lined landscape, forming numerous coves to explore.

  6. 7 Parks for Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddleboarding, and More

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    Fountainhead Regional Park Body of water: The Occoquan River. Ways to get on it: Kayak, canoe, and jon-boat rentals. The wider sections of the waterway can be tricky to navigate, so stay close to shore and explore the protected coves. Other draws: It’s a sanctuary for bald eagles, red-tailed hawks, blue herons, beavers, turtles, and other wildlife.

  7. Fountainhead Regional Park - Occoquan Reservoir | Paddling.com

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    Description. Launch is for fee. For seniors, $2.50; non-northern Virginians, $3. A buck or so more for non-seniors. It launches motorized & non-motorized. Has gravel & thick rubber padded areas to launch paddlers. Has nice facilities -- clean restrooms, food, & bait. This park is off a very curvy road & starts you in the middle of the reservoir.

  8. Fountainhead | Quantico Orienteering Club

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    NOTE NJROTC EMBARGO: Effective immediately and until March 16, Fountainhead Regional Park and Hemlock Overlook Regional Park in Virginia are off limits for all NJROTC cadets, NJROTC instructors, coaches and involved parents 2020 NJROTC National Orienteering championship. Details about this event are here .

  9. Bull Run | Virginia DWR

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    Habitats range from the early successional native grasslands of the Manassas National Battlefield Park to the majestic riparian forests of hemlock and beech, all transected by the 17.5 mile Bull Run-Occoquan Trail. Only the mesmermizing beauty of the loop’s sites match the wildlife viewing opportunities. Loop Map Services

  10. Camp Winkler | Nova Parks

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    Through songs, STEAM activities, and fun discoveries, we'll acquire building skills, make careful observations and seek answers as we explore the land and grounds of this beautiful 44-acre park. Cost: $205 per camper in jurisdiction/ $235 per camper out of jurisdiction. Session 1: June 19th – June 23rd. 8:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m.

  11. Can You Fly a Drone In Washington DC? ANSWERED! – Hobby Henry

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    Fountainhead Regional Park This location is not only beautiful and will look good in your drone footage, but it is also located in class G airspace, which means that it is in uncontrolled airspace. It is on the border of the Potomac River, and is 2,000 acres, giving you plenty of room to fly your drone uninterrupted. The location has: