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  2. Fountainhead Regional Park | Nova Parks

    Fountainhead Regional Park contains shared-use hiking and equestrian trails and provides trailhead access to the 19.7 mile Bull Run Occoquan Trail. Single and Double Kayak, Stand Up Paddle Board, and 3 and 4 person Jon Boats are available, or bring your own to our boat launch ramp on the Occoquan Reservoir.

  3. Fountainhead Regional Park - Wikipedia

    Fountainhead Regional Park is an approximately 2,000 acre regional park, bordering a tributary of the Potomac River, in Fairfax County, northern Virginia. The park is protected and managed by the NOVA Parks agency of Northern Virginia , formerly the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority.

  4. Fountainhead Regional Park (Fairfax Station) - Tripadvisor

    Discover Fountainhead Regional Park, 2,000 acres of rugged adventures in Fairfax Station, Virginia. Whether you’re a cyclist, kayaker or hiker. Riders of all ability levels will enjoy the loops and features of our challenging mountain bike trail.

  5. Boat Rental | Nova Parks

    Back to Park Fountainhead Regional Park Things To Do Events Boat Rental Fountainhead rents out a variety of boats for use on the Occoquan Reservoir, including 3 and 4 person jon boats (trolling motors and batteries available), kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. Rentals are typically open for business from March to mid-November, weather permitting.

  6. Best Hikes and Trails in Fountainhead Regional Park | AllTrails

    Fountainhead Regional Park Length: 6.9 mi • Est. 2h 46m This is a nice hike through the woods with a couple of stream crossings and river views. It is a well-maintained trail. Moderate • 4.4 (430) #2 - Fountainhead Green, Blue and Black Diamond Loops Fountainhead Regional Park Length: 10.6 mi Moderate • 4.4 (836)

  7. Bull Run-Occoquan Trail, Fountainhead Regional Park Entrance

    More importantly, Fountainhead Regional Park is the southernmost trailhead for the 19.7 mile Bull Run-Occoquan Trail. This marvelous park offers an extensive trail network through deciduous forest. These woods are home to many breeding woodpeckers, warblers, thrushes, and owls. Expect the diversity to explode during migration.

  8. Fountainhead Regional Park | Fairfax Station VA - Facebook

    Fountainhead Regional Park, Fairfax Station, Virginia. 7,033 likes · 144 talking about this · 4,274 were here. Fountainhead Regional Park is open daily from Dawn to Dusk. We offer a variety of... Fountainhead Regional Park | Fairfax Station VA

  9. Fountanhead Regional Park - HikingUpward

    Fountainhead Regional Park, on the banks of the Occoquan Reservoir in Fairfax County Virginia, has a labyrinth of hiking trails with surprisingly low usage. The park is broken into 2 areas, a mountain biking-only set of trails on its western side, and equestrian/hiking-only trails on the eastern side.

  10. Occoquan Reservoir | Virginia DWR

    Three developed marinas provide boat rentals, bait, tackle, food, and boat launching facilities. The Department initiated fish management activities in 1961, and management continues today for largemouth bass, bluegill, black and white crappie, channel catfish, flathead catfish and white perch.

  11. Davis/Lewis Family Cemetery - Cemeteries - Fairfax County,...

    Fountainhead Regional Park Fairfax Station, Va. FX078. The cemetery is located about 150 yards north of Rte. 727, 6/10's of a mile south of Hampton Rd., in Fountainhead Regional Park. It is 150 yards from the beginning of the nature trail. The 1/2 acre plot is enclosed by a wrought iron fence and has several old ceders and boxwoods inside.